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Negro in colonial New England 1620-1776

Lorenzo J. Greene

Negro in colonial New England 1620-1776

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Published by Columbia University Press in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Bibliography, p. 361-384.

Statementby Lorenzo Johnston Greene.
The Physical Object
Pagination404 p. ;
Number of Pages404
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19648895M

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The Early New England Families Study Project provides accurate and concise published summaries of seventeenth-century New England families. Using Clarence Almon Torrey's bibliographic index of early New England marriages and its recent successors as a guide, the project focuses on individuals who immigrated from throughgrouped by year of marriage.

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Greene not only bases his work on solid, factual ground, but also relates the lives of slaves on a practical, palpable level.5/5(1). Lorenzo J. Greene () was Professor Emeritus of History at Lincoln University in Jefferson City, Missouri.

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The main ports were Boston and Newport, but Salem. Meant as a synthetic history, Hardesty treads the same path as Lorenzo Johnston Greene did in his work, The Negro in Colonial New England, Updated with the latest scholarship on the subject, Hardesty’s work offers a brief and concise history of slavery in New England.

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Greene, who was 89 at his death, was best known as the author of The Negro in Colonial New England. The Negro in Colonial New England, Studies in History, Economics and Public Law no. New York: Columbia University Press, [CSL call number Offsite H C7 no. Hodges, Graham Russell. The Black Loyalist Directory: African Americans in Exile After the American Revolution.

New York: Garland Publishing, [CSL call. When Crispus Attucks earned his unfortunate claim to fame as a victim in the Boston Massacre, he was not a slave. He was one of the relatively few African Americans to achieve freedom in colonial America.

Although freedom is clearly desirable in comparison to a life in chains, free African Americans were unfortunately rarely treated with the same respect of their white counterparts.Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Lorenzo Johnston Greene books online.

Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles.Africans in New England. Much of the Northeast's money came from the slave trade, and the number of Africans in New England grew from fewer than 1, in to s by the end of the 18th.