Speculators and Slaves: Masters, Traders, and Slave in the Old South (Paperback)

Michael Tadman

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Paperback. In this groundbreaking work, Michael Tadman establishes that all levels of white society in the antebellum South were deeply involved in a massive interregional trade in slave.Shipping may be from our Sydney, NSW warehouse or from our UK or US warehouse, depending on stock availability. 336 pages. 0.494. N° de ref. de la librería

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Críticas: "Speculators and Slaves will become the indispensible work on the internal slave trade of the antebellum South -- its magnitude, profitability, and effects upon both slaves and masters." --Stanley L. Engerman, University of Rochester "Well-written and handsomely illustrated, Speculators and Slaves is an impressive addition to slavery historiography, a sensitive exercise in quantification, and a work of diligent and humane scholarship."--John White, Immigrants and Minorities "Presented in a graceful prose . . . this work is iconoclastic in the best sense of the historian's craft."--John Edmund Stealey, III, West Virginia History "A model work of social science history."--Russell R. Menard, Journal of the Early Republic "A model of demographic, social, and cultural history . . . tightly argued, beautifully written, and imaginatively proved."--Laurence A. Glasco, The Historian "Amid the steady stream of new books on the various aspects of antebellum history, here is one that makes a real difference."--Gavin Wright, Journal of American History "This detailed, meticulously researched and documented analysis of the internal slave trade represents historical scholarship at its best. This study is must reading for all those interested in African-American history."--Robert R. Davis, The American Historical Review Speculators and Slaves will become the indispensible work on the internal slave trade of the antebellum South -- its magnitude, profitability, and effects upon both slaves and masters. Stanley L. Engerman, University of Rochester " Well-written and handsomely illustrated, Speculators and Slaves is an impressive addition to slavery historiography, a sensitive exercise in quantification, and a work of diligent and humane scholarship. John White, Immigrants and Minorities " Presented in a graceful prose . . . this work is iconoclastic in the best sense of the historian s craft. John Edmund Stealey, III, West Virginia History " A model work of social science history. Russell R. Menard, Journal of the Early Republic " A model of demographic, social, and cultural history . . . tightly argued, beautifully written, and imaginatively proved. Laurence A. Glasco, The Historian " Amid the steady stream of new books on the various aspects of antebellum history, here is one that makes a real difference. Gavin Wright, Journal of American History " This detailed, meticulously researched and documented analysis of the internal slave trade represents historical scholarship at its best. This study is must reading for all those interested in African-American history. Robert R. Davis, The American Historical Review " "Speculators and Slaves" will become the indispensible work on the internal slave trade of the antebellum South -- its magnitude, profitability, and effects upon both slaves and masters. Stanley L. Engerman, University of Rochester " Well-written and handsomely illustrated, "Speculators and Slaves" is an impressive addition to slavery historiography, a sensitive exercise in quantification, and a work of diligent and humane scholarship. John White, "Immigrants and Minorities" " "Well-written and handsomely illustrated, "Speculators and Slaves" is an impressive addition to slavery historiography, a sensitive exercise in quantification, and a work of diligent and humane scholarship."--John White, "Immigrants and Minorities" ""Speculators and Slaves" will become the indispensible work on the internal slave trade of the antebellum South -- its magnitude, profitability, and effects upon both slaves and masters." --Stanley L. Engerman, University of Rochester

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