Subversives

[Epub] ↠ Subversives  Author Stanley C. Harrold – Derbybusinesscentres.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 280 pages
  • Subversives
  • Stanley C. Harrold
  • English
  • 24 April 2018
  • 0807128384

About the Author: Stanley C. Harrold

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Subversives While Many Scholars Have Examined The Slavery Disputes In The Halls Of Congress, Subversives Is The First History Of Practical Abolitionism In The Streets, Homes, And Places Of Business Of The Nation S Capital Historian Stanley Harrold Looks Beyond Resolutions, Platforms, And Debates To Describe How Desperate African Americans Both Free And Slave And Sympathetic Whites Engaged In A Dangerous Day To Day Campaign To Drive The Peculiar Institution Out Of Washington, DC And The Chesapeake RegionThat Slavery Was Both Vulnerable And Vicious In Washington Is At The Heart Of Harrold S Study Northern And Foreign Visitors Were Outraged By Its Existence In The Seat Of American Government For The South, Washington Was A Vital Stronghold At The Section S Border As Economic Changes Caused Slavery S Decline In The Chesapeake And Masters Dismembered Slave Families By Selling Them South, Local African Americans Sought And Received The Support Of A Small Number Of Whites Eager To Strike A Blow Against Slavery In A Strategic And Very Symbolic Setting Together They Formed A Subversive Community That Flourished In And About The City From The Late S Through The Mid S Risking Beatings, Mob Violence, Imprisonment, And Death, These Men And Women Distributed Abolitionist Literature, Purchased The Freedom Of Slaves, Sued To Prevent Families From Being Separated, And Aided Escape EffortsHarrold Overcomes The Secrecy Inherent To Washington S Antislavery Community To Document Its Formation And Activities With Remarkable Detail And Perception He Shows How Slaveholders And Their Sympathizers Fought To Reinforce Their Hold On A System Under Attack And How The Dissidents Raised A Radical Challenge To The Existing Social Order Simply By Engaging In Interracial Cooperation While Some Subversives Held Power As Politicians And Journalists, Most Were Obscure Individuals Black And White Women Played An Important RoleAn Illuminating Study Of A Heretofore Overlooked Struggle, Subversives Reveals A New Dimension In Resistance To Slavery, Nineteenth Century Race Relations, And The Antebellum Conflict Over America S Capital City

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    Excellent and extensive work documenting cooperation in DC Particularly Free Negroes in the District of Columbia, 1790 1846 WorldCat.org quoting Cook s need to be very particular to do nothing knowingly, that would in the least tend to disturb the public weal P 41 of Harrold, Subversives, 2003and best known Israel Bethel split from white Ebenezer, 4th st minister Mentioned with Mt Zion Negro Church, 1814 in Georgetown earliest Black church in DC contrasted with cut ties to mother Excellent and extensive work documenting cooperation in DC Particularly Free Negroes in the District of Columbia, 1790 1846 WorldCat.org quoting Cook s need to be very particular to do nothing knowingly, that would in the least tend to disturb the public weal P 41 of Harrold, Subversives, 2003and best known Israel Bethel split from white Ebenezer, 4th st minister Mentioned with Mt Zion Negro Church, 1814 in Georgetown earliest Black church in DC contrasted with cut ties to mother denomination Praised with Wesleyan Metropolitan AME Zion church aka African Wesleyan Society on D St, S.E split under Abraham Cole Began welcoming white abolitionists to their churches P 41, No Segregated Seating and American slavery, 1619 1877 Libro, 1993 WorldCat.org worldcat.orgHarrold in Subversives LSU, 2003 uses Kolchin to claim that most Whites saw Black ppl as needing slavery to control..found this in the bibliography of Snow storm in August Washington City, Francis Scott Key, and the forgotten race riot of 1835 , p 4 Congressional spitting coarse lang slave owners Slave despair falling s slavery vulnerable in DC Defense of slaves in DC legitimate institutution P.6 1850 GA secede if DC slavery abol MD manumissions darker skinned free ppl, seen asthreat than mulatos P 16 Judge Cranch, 1821 ruled William Coston grandfathered out of new 20 free Black good behaviour bond Black White Cooperation Quakers Tyson est school Lundy pub Genius of Univ Emancip Mary Billings, George Drinker Joshua Leavitt 1834 slave pen tour , Charles Torrey Elisha Tyson 1840s , John Needle William Chaplin 1850 , M Miner Gtown Maria Becraft Snow, Cook, Bradley 1836 Gag Rule J.Q.Adams, Gates, Giddings, Leavitt Weld, Child Torrey P 37 Geog vs Relational CommunityShiraDestiniePeace,MEOW Date 6 August 12,014 H.E.CommunityMEOW Date 6.8.12,014H.e

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