African Americans Resist Slavery
by Calvin M. Logue
This book provides the perspective of African Americans who resisted slavery. From numerous interviews with African Americans who suffered under slavery (listed in the Appendix), one learns of their fortitude, public and private initiatives and activities, devotion to family, support of friends, protection of children, desire for reading and writing, pride of dress, skill in workmanship, religious faith, means of grappling with harsh treatment, desire for freedom, and eﬀorts to escape.
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