Mulatto - Wikipedia
Mulatto is a term used to refer to persons born of one white parent and one black parent or to persons born of a mulatto parent or parents. In English, the term is ...
History of slavery in Virginia - Wikipedia
Slavery in Virginia dates to 1619, soon after the founding of Virginia as an English colony by the London Virginia Company. The company established a headright system ...
Slavery in Virginia: A Selected Bibliography
Slavery in Virginia: A Selected Bibliography About the latter end of August , a Dutch man of Warr of the burden of a 160 tunes arriued at Point-Comfort, the ...
the earliest laws of Virginia - 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 ...
Slavery and the Making of America . The Slave Experience ...
These three acts of the Virginia Commonwealth demonstrate the progression towards race-based slavery that took place in the colonies. The first was passed at a time ...
Indians recorded as Mulatto - SCIWAY3.net
“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)
History of Slavery - The Civil War - sonofthesouth.net
You Found It! An incredible presentation on the History of Slavery with Lots of Pictures of Slaves and Historic Documents
Slavery and the Making of America . Timeline | PBS
Mum Bett and another Massachusetts slave successfully sue their master for freedom. 1782 Virginia, followed by other Southern colonies, encourages private manumission.
TIMELINE OF SLAVERY IN AMERICA 1501-1865 1501 1522 1562 1612
TIMELINE OF SLAVERY IN AMERICA 1501-1865 1501 African Slaves in the New World Spanish settlers bring slaves from Africa to Santo Domingo (now the capital of the ...
Virtual Jamestown: Indentured Servants
The following selections indicate that Africans and their descendants received unequal treatment in the years before the General Assembly decided that children of ...