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From Slavery to Freedom

From Slavery to Freedom

10th Edition
By John Hope Franklin and Evelyn Higginbotham
ISBN10: 0073513342
ISBN13: 9780073513348
Copyright: 2021
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Franklin: From Slavery to Freedom, 10e


CHAPTER 1: Ancestral Africa, Ancient around 500 BCE to 1600

CHAPTER 2: Africans and 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: The 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: Perspectives on the Present, Since 2000