Author: Aspi Maneckjee Publisher: Xlibris Corporation ISBN: 9781462825950 Size: 38.74 MB Format: PDF, Mobi View: 2688 DownloadRead Online
Legal Slavery Divine Justice By writing this book I would like to bring to public attention and awareness that slavery is common in the 21st Century, please refer to website: (http://magma.nationalgeographic.com/ngm/0309/feature1/index ...
Author: Jean Allain Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand ISBN: 0199660468 Size: 65.42 MB Format: PDF, Docs View: 2406 DownloadRead Online
This book examines how slavery is understood in law. It shows how the legal definition of slavery has evolved and continues to be contentious.
Author: Christina Accomando Publisher: Ohio State University Press ISBN: 9780814208830 Size: 45.72 MB Format: PDF, ePub, Docs View: 2795 DownloadRead Online
In The Regulations of Robbers, Christina Accomando examines legal, political, and literary discourses of slavery and resistance through the works of judges, lawmakers, and former slaves.
Author: Anne Twitty Publisher: Cambridge University Press ISBN: 1107112060 Size: 68.42 MB Format: PDF View: 5373 DownloadRead Online
An analysis of slave and slaveholder understanding and manipulation of formal legal systems in the region known as the American Confluence during the antebellum era.
Author: Edlie L. Wong Publisher: NYU Press ISBN: 0814794556 Size: 71.22 MB Format: PDF, ePub View: 3834 DownloadRead Online
Studies lawsuits to gain freedom for slaves on the grounds of their having traveled to free territory, starting with Somerset v.
Author: Jennifer Nicole Love Drake Publisher: ISBN: Size: 31.80 MB Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi View: 907 DownloadRead Online
The legal character and lived experiences of slavery in Louisiana from the eighteenth until the mid-nineteenth centuries were governed by the demands of a market economy.
Author: Alan Watson Publisher: University of Georgia Press ISBN: 9780820311791 Size: 18.55 MB Format: PDF View: 2227 DownloadRead Online
In this book, Alan Watson argues that the slave laws of North and South America--the written codes defining the relationship of masters to slaves--reflect not so much the culture and society of the various colonies but the legal traditions ...
Author: Randolph B. Campbell Publisher: University of Texas Press ISBN: 0292782780 Size: 35.52 MB Format: PDF View: 7496 DownloadRead Online
The sparseness is particularly evident in the area of slave law. Most works on the legal dimensions of slavery focus heavily on the Old South, and Texas law is
discussed either briefly or not at all. National scholars no doubt have paid scant ...
Author: Phillip Thomas Tucker Publisher: Lulu.com ISBN: 1387140086 Size: 35.44 MB Format: PDF, ePub, Docs View: 1568 DownloadRead Online
This was a most ingenious legal plan, formulated by experienced lawyers, to
evade the anti-slave laws. Cleverly exploiting Mexico's debtor, or debt peonage,
laws, this plan of subterfuge took full advantage of an existing legal loop-hole: ...