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Free Blacks in Antebellum Texas (Hardcover)

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Free Blacks in Antebellum Texas collects the essays of Harold R. Schoen and Andrew Forest Muir, early scholars who conducted the most complete studies on the topic, although neither published a book. Schoen published six articles on “The Free Negro in Republic of Texas” and Muir four articles on free blacks in Texas before the Civil War.Free black Texans experienced the dangers and risks of life on the frontier in Texas. Those experiences, and many others, required of them a strength and fortitude that evidenced the spirit and abilities of free blacks in antebellum Texas. Sometimes with support from a few whites, as well as their own efforts, they struggled and survived. Editors Bruce A. Glasrud and Milton S. Jordan include a thoughtful introduction and a wide-ranging bibliography."Schoen and Muir were first-rate historians, and their pioneering work stands today as outstanding scholarship."—Randolph B. Campbell, author ofGone to Texas and An Empire for Slavery
Free Blacks in Antebellum Texas collects the essays of Harold R. Schoen and Andrew Forest Muir, early scholars who conducted the most complete studies on the topic, although neither published a book. Schoen published six articles on ?The Free Negro in Republic of Texas? and Muir four articles on free blacks in Texas before the Civil War.

Free black Texans experienced the dangers and risks of life on the frontier in Texas. Those experiences, and many others, required of them a strength and fortitude that evidenced the spirit and abilities of free blacks in antebellum Texas. Sometimes with support from a few whites, as well as their own efforts, they struggled and survived. Editors Bruce A. Glasrud and Milton S. Jordan include a thoughtful introduction and a wide-ranging bibliography.

?Schoen and Muir were first-rate historians, and their pioneering work stands today as outstanding scholarship.??Randolph B. Campbell, author ofGone to Texas and An Empire for Slavery
Number of Pages: 289.0
Genre: History, Social Science
Sub-Genre: History
Format: Hardcover
Publisher: Texas A & M Univ Pr
Language: English
Street Date: September 15, 2015
TCIN: 46771160
UPC: 9781574416145
Item Number (DPCI): 247-51-9957

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