From Slavery to Freedom10th Edition
CHAPTER 1: Ancestral Africa (circa 500 B.C.E to 1600)
CHAPTER 2: Africans in the Atlantic World (1492–1800)
CHAPTER 3: Establishing North American Slavery (1520s to 1720s)
CHAPTER 4: Eighteenth-Century Slave Societies (1700–1780s)
CHAPTER 5: Give Me Liberty (1763–1787)
CHAPTER 6: Building Communities in the Early Republic (1790–1830)
CHAPTER 7: Southern Slavery (1790–1860)
CHAPTER 8: Antebellum Free Blacks (1830–1860)
CHAPTER 9: Abolitionism in Black and White (1820–1860)
CHAPTER 10: Civil War (1861–1865)
CHAPTER 11: Promises and Pitfalls of Reconstruction (1863–1877)
CHAPTER 12: The Color Line (1877–1917)
CHAPTER 13: The Era of Self-Help (1880–1916)
CHAPTER 14: In Pursuit of Democracy (1914–1919)
CHAPTER 15: Voices of Protest (1910–1928)
CHAPTER 16: The Arts at Home and Abroad (1920s to early 1930s)
CHAPTER 17: The New Deal Era (1929–1941)
CHAPTER 18: Double V for Victory (1941–1945)
CHAPTER 19: American Dilemmas (1940–1955)
CHAPTER 20: We Shall Overcome (1947–1967)
CHAPTER 21: Black Power (1955–1980)
CHAPTER 22: Progress and Poverty (1980–2000)
CHAPTER 23: Shifting Terrains in the New Century
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