Click to enlargeAfricans In Colonial Louisiana

Africans in Colonial Louisiana opens to view a new transnational conception of the American culture that grew from slavery and from slave resistance, and describes a process of creolization whose full effects have perhaps become only apparent, at least to scholars, in the present day. It promise to shape the course of future research in American studies for many years to come. -- From John Hope Franklin Publication Prize Committee citation American Studies Association

ISBN: 807119997; Author: Hall, Gwendolyn M.; Publisher: LSU Press; Format: Paperback


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