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Sankofa: African Americans in Rhode Island By Haffenreffer Museum
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A standards-linked resource packet for teaching about African American History and Culture in Rhode Island. Recommended for grades six through eight. A free electronic version is available on our... More > website. brown.edu/Haffenreffer< Less
29 Years a Slave. 29 Years a Free Man. Henry Clay Bruce, 1836-1902 By Robert Pickering, Henry Clay Bruce
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The author offers to the public this little book, containing his personal recollections of slavery, with the modest hope that it will be found to present an impartial and unprejudiced view of that... More > system. His experience taught him that all masters were not cruel, and that all slaves were not maltreated. There were brutal masters and there were mean, trifling lazy slaves. While some masters cruelly whipped, half fed and overworked their slaves, there were many others who provided for their slaves with fatherly care, saw that they were well fed and clothed, and would neither whip them themselves, nor permit others to do so. The author early became impressed with the belief, which has since settled into deep conviction, that just as the whites were divided into two great classes, so the slaves were divided.< Less
29 Years a Slave. 29 Years a Free Man. Henry Clay Bruce, 1836-1902 By Robert Pickering, Henry Clay Bruce
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The author offers to the public this little book, containing his personal recollections of slavery, with the modest hope that it will be found to present an impartial and unprejudiced view of that... More > system. His experience taught him that all masters were not cruel, and that all slaves were not maltreated. There were brutal masters and there were mean, trifling lazy slaves. While some masters cruelly whipped, half fed and overworked their slaves, there were many others who provided for their slaves with fatherly care, saw that they were well fed and clothed, and would neither whip them themselves, nor permit others to do so. The author early became impressed with the belief, which has since settled into deep conviction, that just as the whites were divided into two great classes, so the slaves were divided.< Less