By Richard S. Dunn

ISBN-10: 0674735366

ISBN-13: 9780674735361

Richard Dunn reconstructs the lives of 3 generations of slaves on a sugar property in Jamaica and a plantation in Virginia, to appreciate the starkly assorted kinds slavery took. lethal paintings regimens and rampant affliction between Jamaican slaves distinction with inhabitants enlargement in Virginia resulting in the promoting of slaves and breakup of families.

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