The limits of tyranny : archaeological perspectives on the struggle against new world slavery /
The University of Tennessee Press,
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Table of Contents:
- Introduction: Archaeology and the Struggle against Slavery / James A. Delle; Part I: The Physical Struggle; 1. "Freedom Began Here": A Social Archaeology of Armed Struggle at Christiana, Pennsylvania / James A. Delle; 2. Consequences of Rebellion: The 1763 St. Jan Rebellion and the Establishment of a Danish St. Croix / Holly Kathryn Norton; 3. Resistance and Reform: Landscapes at Green Castle Estate, Antigua / Samantha Rebovich Bardoe; Part II: The Moral Struggle; 4. "Strike for Freedom or Die Slaves!" David Ruggles and the Free Black Struggle to End Slavery / Linda M. Ziegenbein.
- 5. "Equality of Man Before His Creator": Thaddeus Stevens and the Struggle against Slavery / James A. Delle and Mary Ann Levine6. Harriet Tubman's Farmsteads in Central New York: Archaeological Explorations Relating to an American Icon / Douglas V. Armstrong; Part III: Beyond the Limits of Tyrants; 7. Scission Communities and Social Defiance: Marronage in the Diasporic Great Dismal Swamp, 1660-1860 / Daniel O. Sayers; 8. Including Maroon History on the Florida Gulf Coast: Archaeology and the Struggle for Freedom on the Early 19th-Century Manatee River / Uzi Baram.
- 9. Taking a Closer Look at Retention, Rebellion, and Resistance: The Three R's of African-Diaspora Studies / Cheryl WhiteContributors; Index.