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Re: naming - scholarly work on naming Huguenot practices
Posted by: LKeels (ID *****7941) Date: July 16, 2010 at 11:18:04
In Reply to: Re: naming - scholarly work on naming Huguenot practices by J Friedman of 28065

an excerpt from http://www.multiracial.com/readers/tenzer3.html

Travelers who spoke of white slaves in the South, advertisements for white runaway slaves, newspaper articles about white slaves, and light and white heroes and heroines in "tragic mulatto" fiction all served to validate that there were white people who were enslaved in the South. Disbelievers were shown, in the words of the newspaper article cited earlier, that "Slavery has no 'prejudice against color.'


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