Done with Slavery: The Black Fact in Montreal, 1760-1840 (Studies on the History of Quebec/Etudes d'histoire du Quebec)

Done with Slavery: The Black Fact in Montreal, 1760-1840 (Studies on the History of Quebec/Etudes d'histoire du Quebec)

By: Frank Mackey (author)Hardback

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A study of the black experience in Montreal

About Author

Frank Mackey is the author of Steamboat Connections: Montreal to Upper Canada, 1816-1843, and Black Then: Blacks and Montreal, 1780s-1880s.

Contents

Acknowledgments Introduction; 1 What slavery?; 2 There ought to be a law; 3 Still counting; 4 "Things as they were"; 5 Deer out of a cage; 6 On steamboats; 7 Jacks of all trades; 8 Political colours; 9 The colour of justice; 10 Shoulder to shoulder, arm in arm; 11 One thousand characters in search of an author or two Appendices I Newspaper notices: A. Slave sales and fugitives; B. Miscellaneous notices pertaining to blacks; C. Three earliest advertisements placed by blacks / II Slavery in the judges' eyes / III Spoils of war / IV The King v. Alexander Grant, George Nixon and Moses PowellWormley Abbreviations; Notes; Sources; Information on illustrations; Index

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780773535787
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 568
  • ID: 9780773535787
  • ISBN10: 0773535780

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