9/12/2019 A lecture at the Hudson Area Library tonight, Slavery and Dutch-Palatine Farmers: How did middle class farmers in Colonial New York interact with slavery?’ by Travis M. Bowman. The lecture began with the note --->> read more -->>
June 18, 2017Comments Off on Slavery in Hudson and nearby – continued
My earlier post on this topic was picked up by Gossips of Rivertown. That brought a reference from David Marston to a new source: Radical Cartography where the results of the 1790 Census (the first --->> read more -->>
November 13, 2010Comments Off on Slavery by Another Name: The Re-Enslavement of Black People in America from the Civil War to World War II
This book brings to light the extent to which the Jim Crow laws were in fact part of a totalitarian system of government that ruled the South for more than seventy five years. How these --->> read more -->>
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