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Nat Turner.


Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall [1971] .
ISBN 9780139331435, 0139331433

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
Catholic
Mullen Library stacks
F232.S7 F67 N2 Available Request
UDC
Van Ness stacks
F232.S7 F6 Missing
Georgetown
Lauinger stacks
F232.S7 F6 Available Request
Lauinger stacks
F232.S7 F6 Available Request
Howard
Moorland-Spingarn, General Collection Closed stacks
MB9 T864f Available Request
Moorland-Spingarn, General Collection Closed stacks
MB9 T864f Available Request
Subjects Southampton Insurrection, 1831.
Turner, Nat, 1800?-1831.
Description viii, 184 p. 22 cm.
Contents Nat Turner and the Southampton Insurrection: Contemporary accounts. Trial and execution. The confessions of Nat Turner.--Americans react to the insurrection. Virginia reactions. Southern reactions. The slaves and Nat Turner. Reactions in the North. The abolitionist response. The attack on the abolitionists. Virginians demand action by the State legislature. Nat Turner and the Virginia debate on slavery. Virginia and other states strengthen their slave codes. The attack on freedom of discussion, and emergence of the proslavery argument.--Nat Turner in history: John Brown and Nat Turner. Thomas Wentworth Higginson: this extraordinary man. The Civil War and slave rebellion. A pioneer Black historian and Nat Turner. Nat Turner remembered: the 1880s. William S. Drewry on Nat Turner, 1900. 1931: the 100th anniversary of the Turner insurrection. Nat Turner remembered: the 1960s. The folk memory of Nat Turner.--Bibliography (p. 178-181)
Geographic Area Virginia
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00172772
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