Indians recorded as Mulatto - South Carolina SC
“A Rose by any other name is a Cactus” - defining mixed-blood Indians in colonial Virginia and the Carolinas Augusta County, VA (Orders 1773-1779)
Slavery and Indentured Servants:Law Library of Congress
Before the Civil War, slaves and indentured servants were considered personal property, and they or their descendants could be sold or inherited like ...
Illustrating "Slavery" in MT's Books - University of Virginia
When MT next goes back to St. Petersburg, slavery plays a much larger role in the story he tells, but how Huck Finn represents slaves and slavery remains a ...
History of Slavery - sonofthesouth.net
You Found It! An incredible presentation on the History of Slavery with Lots of Pictures of Slaves and Historic Documents
Index of Slave Narratives - The University of Virginia
Walter Calloway was born in Richmond, Virginia, in 1848. Calloway and his mother and brother were purchased by John Calloway, who owned a plantation ten miles south ...
MixedFolks.com - The Meaning of Mulatto
by Erin Bannister. My mother is white. My father is black. But I have never known what I am. I used to define myself as ...
An Act to to Discourage English ... - Virtual Jamestown
October 1629-ACT IX. [Although this law did not rule out the possibility that English women would work in the tobacco fields, it did begin the process of creating a ...
Seeds of Rebellion in Plantation Fiction: Victor Séjour's ...
This essay examines Victor Séjour's "The Mulatto" (1837), a short story acknowledged as the first fictional work by an African American. Through its representation ...
Mulatto - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mulatto is a term originally used to refer to a person who is born from one black parent and one white parent; or to persons of two Mulatto parents.
Jamestown and the Virginia Experiment. The Virtual Jamestown Archive is a digital research, teaching and learning project that explores ...