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NAT TURNER:CRY FREEDOM IN AMER

ISBN-10: 0534618073
ISBN-13: 9780534618070
Edition: 1st
Authors: BAKER
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Description: The second volume in the CREATORS OF THE AMERICAN MIND series, NAT TURNER: CRY FREEDOM IN AMERICA provides both primary and secondary selections that give students specific knowledge of this important individual in American history.

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List price: $27.00
Edition: 1st
Publisher: THOMSON

The second volume in the CREATORS OF THE AMERICAN MIND series, NAT TURNER: CRY FREEDOM IN AMERICA provides both primary and secondary selections that give students specific knowledge of this important individual in American history.

Preface
Chronology
Introduction: Nat Turner: Man and Symbol
Slavery - The South''''s 'Peculiar Institution'
The Memories of Frederick Douglass
The Life of the Slave Nat Turner, as told by Stephen Oates
The 'Confession' of Nat Turner
Immediate Reactions to the Nat Turner Insurrection
The Southern Press
The Memories of Harriet Jacobs
William Lloyd Garrison''''s Indictment
Governor John Floyd before the Virginia Legislature
A New Law Concerning Slavery in Virginia
Further Reactions: Escape and Abolitionism
The Flight of the Crafts
Frederick Douglass as the Bridge
Harriet Beecher Stowe''''s Eliza
Nat Turner in History
Thomas Wentworth Higginson: 1861 William S. Drewry:1900 Rayford Logan: 1931
William Styron''''s Nat Turner: An Old Controversy Renewed in the 1960''''s
The Novel: The Confessions of Nat Turner
A White Scholar''''s Response
A Black Scholar''''s Response
Appendices
Suggested Topics for Essays and Papers

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