3 edition of The inter-state slave trade found in the catalog.
The inter-state slave trade
|Other titles||Interstate slave trade, Inter state slave trade|
|Statement||by John G. Palfrey|
|Series||Anti-slavery tracts -- no. 5, Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 25035|
|The Physical Object|
When Congress outlawed the international slave trade in , the sporadic practice of selling slaves from one state to another expanded rapidly. This study provides an in-depth examination of the growth and development of the interstate slave trade during the early 19th century. About the Author. In the early years of the peculiar institution, the international slave trade overshadowed the smaller and more sporadic interstate trade in human chattell. But when Congress outlawed the international trade in and agriculture in the Chesapeake states declined, the practice of selling slaves from one state to another quickly expanded.
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Historian Walter Johnson calls it, “The best book ever written on role of the interstate slave trade in the economic history of the United States—both north and south.” It was a finalist for the inaugural Harriet Tubman Prize in Slavery and Abolition awarded by the Lapidus Center of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture at. Book Description: Despite the United States' ban on slave importation in , profitable interstate slave trading continued. The nineteenth century's great cotton boom required vast human labor to bring new lands under cultivation, and many thousands of slaves were torn from their families and sold across state lines in distant markets.
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This groundbreaking book is the first to tell the complex story of the decades-long debate and legal battle over federal regulation of the slave trade. David Lightner explores a wide range of constitutional, social, and political issues that absorbed antebellum by: Robert H.
Gudmestad provides an in-depth examination of the growth and development of the interstate slave trade during the early nineteenth century, using the business as a means to explore economic change, the culture of honor, master-slave relationships, and the justiﬁcation of slavery in the antebellum by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Palfrey, John Gorham, Inter-state slave trade.
[New York, American Anti-Slavery Society, ]. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency The inter-state slave trade by Palfrey, John Gorham, Publication date ] Topics Slave trade -- United States Publisher [New York, American Anti-Slavery SocietyPages: the interstate slave trade, but gives no clue as to why Clay and Crittenden should have deemed such a provision desirable.
Brief allusions to the controversy over the interstate slave trade occur fairly frequently in the vast monographic literature on slavery, antislavery, and. Students will examine the resources and complete the accompanying 19th Century Interstate Slave Trade Analysis form. Lesson Activities Please refer to Forced Migration PowerPoint and the Teacher Guide in the handouts section for suggested activities.
The interstate slave trade broke community apart and forced slaves across the country into new social settings unfamiliar to them.
While slaves eventually did join new communities in the Lower South, breaking up and reforming community structure represented a major change in slaves' lives.
Slaves traveled south by two methods: land or sea. The vast internal slave trade, which often tore slave families apart, was the South's second largest enterprise; only the plantation system itself surpassed it in size.
In the Northern United States, humanitarian principles led to the appearance of the abolitionists. They knew little of the actual conditions in the South and were fighting not.
Ten Books on Slavery You Need to Read. They take the reader into the slave quarters of Virginia and onto the cotton plantations of South Carolina, explore the most intimate gender relations Author: Sven Beckert. In tracing the trans- formation of a troublesome commerce into a southern scapegoat, this pro- vocative work proves the interstate slave trade to be vital to the making—and understanding—of the.
In his book Slavery and the Commerce Power: How the Struggle Against the Interstate Slave Trade Led to the Civil War (Yale University Press ), David L. Lightner points out that the scope of the Clause is ambiguous. The ambiguity centers on the meaning and implication of the terms “Migration” and “Importation.”.
The interstate slave trade exploded in Mississippi during the presidency of Andrew Jackson, drove the US expansion into Texas, and powered attempts to take over Cuba and other parts of Latin. The domestic slave trade, also known as the Second Middle Passage and the interregional slave trade, was the term for the domestic trade of slaves within the United States that reallocated slaves across states during the antebellum period.
“Slavery and the Commerce Power fills a major crack in interpretive arguments over Lincoln, the nature of the Constitution, the slave trade, and the coming of the Civil War. This book will be a standard in each of these areas, and no one interested in any of them can ignore Lightner’s interpretations.”—Kermit Hall, president, State.
Despite its central importance in the economic and social history of Western expansion, its fundamental role in the history of America, and its profound impact on African society, the Atlantic slave trade remained one of the least studied areas in modern Western historiography until the past quarter century.
The Interstate Slave Trade “Richmond is the great Slave Market for the South” The Upper South cities of Baltimore, Washington, D.C., Alexandria, Norfolk, and Richmond became slave-collecting and resale centers.
A large network of traders worked in the surrounding counties, purchased people, and sold them in the urban markets. This supposed sex trade was characterized as a “curse to humanity” inbooks like Fighting the Traffic in Young Girls: Or, War on the White Slave Trade.
The popular tract warned parents about Author: Erin Blakemore. Robert H. Gudmestad provides an in-depth examination of the growth and development of the interstate slave trade during the early nineteenth century, using the business as a means to explore economic change, the culture of honor, master-slave relationships, and the justiﬁcation of slavery in the antebellum : Robert H Gudmestad.
In his new book entitled, A Troublesome Commerce, Robert H. Gudmestad defines a slave trader as “a man who bought slaves in one state and sold them in another on a regular basis as the sole or principal source of his income” (p.
A Troublesome Commerce:The Transformation of the Interstate Slave Trade. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, E G83 The author examines southerners’ changes in perception towards the slave trade, slave speculators, and slavery in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Rawley, James A., with Stephen D.
Georgia and Tennessee remove restraints on interstate slave trade. John Mercer Langston is elected to political office in Ohio, making him the first black to serve in the U.S.
government.The Slave Trade is alive with villains and heroes and illuminated by eyewitness accounts. Hugh Thomas's achievement is not only to present a compelling history of the time but to answer as well such controversial questions as who the traders were, the extent of the profits, and why so many African rulers and peoples willingly collaborated Released on: Febru ByFranklin left slave trading and devoted his energy to the plantations and other property interests.
At the age of 50, he was married, for the first time, to Adelicia Hayes of Nashville. None of their four children survived to adulthood. In the late 19th century, his widow eventually sold the Louisiana e/branch: United States Army.