10 common slavery myths 2

10 common slavery myths

10 common slavery myths 3

10 common slavery myths 4

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There are many misunderstandings regarding the establishment of slavery, especially here in the United States. These myths often serve perishable political purposes, which can be extremely detrimental to an appropriate understanding of history. So here are 10 of these myths that have not been exposed in any particular order.

For general information and errors:
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1 – An example of white slavery that I could have called were the Indian slave traders from Tans-Mississippi West who invaded Spanish-Mexican colonies and vice versa – but this is far too complicated for this myth.
2 – 3:20 – My bad, 1922 was the fall of the Ottoman Empire, 1918 was the end of the First World War
5 – 7:10 – “any power that is not expressed” (this is not difficult to hear)
7 – 8:30 – Typo, Marx was born in 1818, not 1918, LOL
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Good general books:
Berlin, Ira. Generations of Captivity: A History of African American Slaves. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2003. https://amzn.to/2tYB3ef

Davis, David. Inhuman bondage: rise and fall of slavery in the new world. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 2006. https://amzn.to/2KRoJpM

Oshinsky, David. Worse than slavery: Parchman Farm and the torture of Jim Crow Justice. New York: Free Press Paperbacks, 1997. https://amzn.to/2udhA8Q

Davis, Natalie. Slaves on screen: film and historical vision. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 2002. https://amzn.to/2udiKkU

Straight to these myths:








The Irish in the Anglo-Caribbean: servants or slaves?


Michael Barkun, “Millennialism, Conspiracy, and Stigmatized Knowledge” A Culture of Conspiracy: Apocalyptic Visions in America Today (CA: University of California Press, 2003). p. 34-36.

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List of myths:
1. White slaves in America
2. America invented slavery
3. The first slave owner in America was black
4. The Union waged civil war to end slavery
5. The south separated from “state rights”
6. Few Southerners owned slaves
7. Factory workers were like slaves
8. Black soldiers fought for the Confederacy
9. Africans have been captured by Europeans
10. Whites ended slavery
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