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Slavery in Florida Winner Of The Black Caucus Of The American Library Association Nonfiction Book Award The Tampa Bay Historical Society S D B McKay Award The Florida Historical Society S Rembert Patrick Award For Best Book In Florida History This Is The Definitive Account Of Slavery In Florida It Covers All Aspects Of The Institution And The Lives Of Those Who Were Its Victims Especially Revealing Are Its Thorough Examination Of The Slave Family And Its Detailed Account Of The Relations Between Black Slaves And Seminole Indians I Know Of No Other State Study That Does As Much So Well George M Fredrickson, Edgar E Robinson Professor, Stanford University Applying The Results Of Extensive Research In The Primary And Secondary Sources To A Broad Conceptual Framework, Larry E Rivers Has Written A Comprehensive Social History Of Slavery In Florida Jerrell H Shofner, Professor Of History Emeritus, University Of Central Florida A Highly Significant Study Rivers Has Brought Florida Up To Date In The Field Of American Slavery This Study, Well Written And Based On A Variety Of Sources, Is Balanced And Informative William W Rogers, Professor Emeritus Of History, Florida State University Rivers Has Filled A Tragically Neglected Gap In Florida S Published History The Evolution And Complexities Of Slavery Unfold From An Easily Readable Narrative In A Manner That Will Move The Reader And Shed New Light On A Key Element Of Southern And African American History Canter Brown, Jr Historian In Residence, Tampa Bay History CenterThis Important Illustrated Social History Of Slavery Tells What Life Was Like For Bond Servants In Florida From To , Offering New Insights From The Perspective Of Both Slave And Master Starting With An Overview Of The Institution As It Evolved During The Spanish And English Periods, Larry E Rivers Looks In Detail And In Depth At The Slave Experience, Noting The Characteristics Of Slavery In The Middle Florida Plantation Belt The Traditional Slave Based, Cotton Growing Economy And Society As Distinct From East And West Florida Which Maintained Some Attitudes And Traditions Of Spain He Examines The Slave Family, Religion, Resistance Activity, Slaves Participation In The Civil War, And Their Social Interactions With Whites, Indians, Other Slaves, And MastersRivers Also Provides A Dramatic Account Of The Hundreds Of Armed Free Blacks And Runaways Among The Seminole, Creek, And Mikasuki Indians On The Peninsula, Whose Presence Created Tensions Leading To The Great Slave Rebellion, The Second Seminole War Slavery In Florida Is Built Upon Painstaking Research Into Virtually Every Source Available On The Subject A Wealth Of Historic Documents, Personal Papers, Slave Testimonies, And Census And Newspaper Reports This Serious Critical Work Strikes A Balance Between The Factual And The Interpretive It Will Be Significant To All Readers Interested In Slavery, The Civil War, The African American Experience, And Florida And Southern US History, And It Could Serve As A Comprehensive Resource For Secondary School Teachers And StudentsLarry Eugene Rivers, President Of Fort Valley State College And Professor Of History, Is The Author Of Numerous Works, And The Recipient Of The Arthur W Thompson Award From The Florida Historical Society And The Carter G Woodson Award From The Association For The Study Of African American Life And History


10 thoughts on “Slavery in Florida

  1. says:

    Excellent text for research I was pleased at how many of Dr Rivers source texts I have on my shelves already The Rose Cottage Chronicles, Cracker Times And Pioneer Lives The Florida Reminiscences Of George Gillett Keen And Sarah Pamela Williams, Anna Madgigine Jai Kingsley African Princess, Florida Slave, Plantation Slaveowner, Echoes from a Distant Frontier The Brown Sisters Correspondence from Antebellum Florida Slavery in Florida is a valuable and necessary addition to any research on antebellum Florida I especially noted the point that the Second Seminole War was as much a slave revolt as an Indian uprising, something I tried to bring forward when writing Smuggler s Bride.


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