First thus- a trade paperback. A classic in the field - historians hailed this as a 'landmark in the historiography of American slavery, cross-disciplinary in approach, wide ranging in historic parallels and paradoxes' (Benjamin Quarles) and as 'one of the few truly distinguished pictures of American slavery... the picture he gives us of slave religion and slave culture is without parallel...[his] finest book.' (Lawrence W. Levine.) Includes extensive notes, subject and name indices. A thick book. xxii, 823 pp Near fine (toning to the pages.) .ISBN # 0-394-716523
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