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1 Ira Berlin - MANY THOUSAND GONE: The First Two Centuries Of Slavery In North America -

Harvard College, Belknap Press - 1998 - (Hard Cover - W/Dust Jacket) - Used - Very Good - (Plus) - Jacket, Very Good - (Plus) - (The Evolution of the African 

This volume traces the evolution of African American from the first arrivals in the early seventeenth century through the Revolution. In telling this story, Dr. Berlin, one of our nation's leading historian of southern and African American life, reintegrates slaves into the history of the American working class and into the tapestry of our nation. 
Price: 22.00 USD
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2 Ira Berlin, Marc Favreau, and Steven F. Miller, Editors - REMEMBERING SLAVERY: African Americans Talk About Personal Experiences of Slavery and Emancipation -

(The New Press) - (1995) - (Hard Cover - W/Dust Jacket) - (Used - Very Good) - (A Book and (2) audiotapes - With a beautiful cardboard hard case to insert book and audiotape set) - (Biographical) - 

"Through the medium of the spoken word, the slaves' memories explode out of the archives into the here and now" - Ira Berlin - Dramatic Readings by: Debbie Allen, Clifton Davis, Louis Gossett, Jr., James Earl Jones, Jedda Jones, Melba Moore, and the late great Esther Rolle. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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3 Ira Berlin and Leslie M. Harris - Editors - SLAVERY IN NEW YORK -

New York Historical Society - 2005 - (Soft Cover - Laminated) - Used - Very Good - (Plus) - (Slave History, New York) - 

(Book is 8" H X 8" W - 403 Page, Coffee Table, Quick Reference Book) "Peeling back the layers of New York's past, is both a disheartening and an exhilarating task. As this volume reminds us, New York was also place of suffering for thousands of early Africans (New York had a thriving slave pens and auctions). This book also provides an opportunity to celebrate the lives of Africans in New York and appreciate their contributions to the nation. Few people know that it was in a restaurant, tavern and inn, owned by an African West Indian man name Fraunces (a strong supporter and close confidant of General Washington and the Independence cause), that the General said farewell to his troops, at a commemorative feast, after the War. 
Price: 22.00 USD
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4 Ira Berlin, Barbara J. Fields, Steven F. Miller. Joseph P. Reidy. And Leslie S. Rowland - SLAVES NO MORE: Three Essays on Emancipation and the Civil War -

(Cambridge University Press) - (1992) - (Soft Cover - Laminated) - (Used - Very Good) - (The Emancipation of the Ensla 

This volume brings together three very important essays on the destruction of slavery and the redefinition of freedom in the midst of the nation's bloodiest conflict, The Civil War. Each of the essays addresses a central question on the nature and study of the Civil War: How did the slaves gain their freedom?, What did freedom mean to them?, and How did wartime military service by African Americans, shape their lives? 
Price: 25.00 USD
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5 Ira Berlin - SLAVES WITHOUT MASTERS: The Free Negro In Antebellum South -

Pantheon Books - 1974 - (Hard Cover) - (Letter coloring on front of cover Used - Good - (Pages are bright and unmarked) - (African American History) - 

This volume, is about the Free Africans in the original thirteen Colonies and later, the United States during slavery. As free people, (throughout the south) they did not have masters, but because of the "Slave Codes and later Black Codes," many still lived under conditions similar to slavery. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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6 Ira Berlin - SLAVES WITHOUT MASTERS: The Free Negro In Antebellum South -

Pantheon Books - 1974 - (Soft Cover - Laminated) - Used - Very Good - (Date 12-22-07, small - written in ink, in side of cover, on front cover page) - (Pages bright and unmarked) - (Free African American History 

This volume, is about the Free Africans in the original thirteen Colonies and later, the United States during slavery. As free people, (throughout the south) they did not have masters, but because of the "Slave Codes and later Black Codes," many still lived under conditions similar to slavery. 
Price: 25.00 USD
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