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black family in slavery and freedom 1750-1925

H. G. Gutman

black family in slavery and freedom 1750-1925

by H. G. Gutman

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Published by Blackwell .
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Herbert Gutman's "The Black Family in Slavery and Freedom" is a thoroughly researched and well-written examination of how black families resiliently responded to enslavement. He forcefully and carefully supports his thesis that slaves were not only victims, but also by: Herbert Gutman's "The Black Family in Slavery and Freedom" is a thoroughly researched and well-written examination of how black families resiliently responded to enslavement.

He forcefully and carefully supports his thesis that slaves were not only victims, but also victors/5(21).

In a way “The Black Family in Slavery and Freedom” is a misleading title, since the book offers far less about black families after the Civil War than before it. About The Black Family in Slavery and Freedom, An exhaustively researched history of black families in America from the days of slavery until just after the Civil War.

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Start by marking “The Black Family in Slavery and Freedom, ” as Want to Read:4/5. The Black Family in Slavery and Freedom, A Cliometric Reconsideration WARREN C. SANDERSON Stanford University Gutman's study of the black family is one of those books which serve as a constant inspiration to academics.

In those dreary moments when we wrestle with a particularly subtle point or phrase, a fleeting question occurs to. The Black family in slavery and freedom, by Gutman, Herbert George, Pages:   The Black Family in Slavery and Freedom I have had this book for years and did not know that my ancestors were included until a couple of weeks ago.

As you can see, it is a used book that I purchased from Half Price Books in Berkeley, California. His book titled The Black Family in Slavery and Freedom, was published in He reasoned that if Moynihan was right, then there should have been a prevalence of woman-headed households during slavery and in the years immediately following emancipation.

Book Published New York: Vintage Books,c Language English ISBN Description xxviii, p., [38] leaves of plates: ill. ; 24 cm. Notes Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Technical Details Staff View. 28 The Black Family In Slavery and Freedom, By Herbert Gutman Pantheon Books, New York pp., $ Reviewed by Lewis Suggs Whatever else the civil rights movement of the s may have accomplished or failed to accomplish, it at least liberated Afro-Americans from historical invisi-bility.

Clearly no single area in the. The Black Family in Slavery and Freedom by Herbert G. Gutman is a valuable resource for any one researching the origins and culture of the African American families on number of southern ation in this book led me to the slave birth registers and family papers of the slave holder of my ancestors.

Start Page: [38] leaves of plates: ill. ; 24 cm. Publisher: Pantheon Books ISBN: All titles: " Black family in slavery and freedom, "Cited by: 9. The Black Family in Slavery and Freedom, is a study of the Afro-American family and the origins and early development of Afro-American culture.

Herbert Gutman, a professor of History at. The Black Family in Slavery and Freedom, An Anthropologist's View STEPHEN GUDEMAN University of Minnesota With Professor Gutman's superb work The Black Family in Slavery and Freedom, any anthropologist would feel most com-fortable, for this is a study of the fine-grain and intimate relation.

A landmark book that will bring about a reevaluation of the slave experience. Title of a book, article or other published item (this will display to the public): The Black Family in Slavery and Freedom. Vintage Books, - Social Science - pages 0 Reviews This comprehensively researched study of the black family in America argues that blacks survived slavery with remarkable strength and solidarity and took on freedom with previously uncredited courage and integrity.

The Black Family in Slavery and Freedom, –, published a year after Slavery and the Numbers Game, is a detailed study of black family life under slavery in the US. The book draws on census data, diaries, family records, bills of sale and other records, and argues that Alma mater: Queens College, CUNY, Columbia.

Get this from a library. The Black family in slavery and freedom, [Herbert G Gutman] -- This book provides an exhaustively researched history of black families in America from the days of slavery until just after the Civil War. Herbert Gutman's "The Black Family in Slavery and Freedom" is a thoroughly researched and well-written examination of how black families resiliently responded to enslavement.

He forcefully and carefully supports his thesis that slaves were not only victims, but also victors/5(18). The Black Family in Slavery and Freedom – Herbert G. Gutman and Sandra A. Sims. Journal of Black Psychology 4: The Black Family in Slavery and Freedom – Show all authors.

Herbert G. Gutman 1. Herbert G. Gutman. Book Review: Black Families. Show details. Counseling and Treatment of the Poor Black Family Cited by: The Black Family in Slavery and Freedom, by Herbert G.

Gutman. Pantheon. pp. $ From to the civil-rights movement seemed to promise a new era in race relations. The romantic impulse of that period found expression in the expectation of quick remedy. Barriers once thought impassable would fall one by one.