University, court, and slave : pro-slavery thought in southern colleges and courts, and the coming of Civil War /
"This book reveals long-forgotten connections between pre-Civil War southern universities and slavery. Universities and their faculty owned people-sometimes dozens of people-and profited from their labor while many slaves endured physical abuse on campuses. The profits of enslaved labor helped...
Oxford, UK ; New York, NY :
Oxford University Press,
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