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Title As if she were free : a collective biography of women and emancipation in the Americas / edited by Erica L. Ball, Tatiana Seijas, Terri L. Snyder.
Publication Info. Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2020.
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Description xxv, 501 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Elizabeth Catlett and the form of emancipation / Joyce Tsai -- Introduction / Erica L. Ball, Tatiana Seijas, and Terri L. Snyder. Part I: Claiming emancipation during the rise of New World slavery. Margarita de Sossa: sixteenth-century Puebla de los Ángeles, New Spain (Mexico) / Chloe L. Ireton -- Paula de Eguiluz, seventeenth-century Puerto Rico, Cuba, and New Granada (Colombia) / Nicole von Germeten -- Reytory Angola, seventeenth-century Manhattan (US) / Susanah Shaw Romney -- Elizabeth Key, seventeenth-century Virginia (US) / Taunya Lovell Banks -- Hannah Manena McKenney, late seventeenth- and early eighteenth-century Bermuda and New Providence (Bahamas) / Heather Miyano Kopelson -- Juana de Godinez, seventeenth-century Lima (Peru) / Michelle A. McKinley. Part II: Experiencing freedom during slavery's expansion. Judith and Hannah: eighteenth-century Florida, South Carolina, and Virginia (US) / Honor Sachs -- Sarah Chauqum, eighteenth-century Rhode Island and Connecticut (US) / Margaret Ellen Newell -- Marion, eighteenth-century Natchitoches, Louisiana (US) / Sophie White -- Anna Maria Lopes de Brito, eighteenth-century Minas Gerais (Brazil) / Mariana L. R. Dantas -- Juana Ramírez, eighteenth-century Oaxaca, New Spain (Mexico) / Sabrina Smith -- Juana María Álvarez, eighteenth-century New Granada (Colombia) / Ana María Díaz Burgos -- María Hipólita Lozano, eighteenth-century Lima (Peru) / Tamara J. Walker. Part III: Envisaging emancipation during second slavery. Bessy Chambers, nineteenth-century Jamaica / Sasha Turner -- Minerva, nineteenth-century Téjas and Louisiana (US), and Mexico / Alice L. Baumgartner -- Cécile Fatiman and Petra Carabalí, late eighteenth-century Haiti and mid-nineteenth-century Cuba / Aisha K. Finch -- Mary Ellen Pleasant, nineteenth-century Massachusetts and California (US) / Kellie Carter Jackson -- Gabriela, nineteenth-century Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil) / Mariana Dias Paes -- Maria Firmina dos Reis, nineteenth-century Maranhão (Brazil) / Maria Helena Pereira Toledo Machado. Part IV: Enacting emancipation in the aftermath of slavery. María Remedios del Valle, nineteenth-century Argentina / Florencia Guzmán and Erika Denise Edwards -- Lumina Sophie, nineteenth-century Martinique / Jacqueline Couti -- Emma Lane Coger, nineteenth-century Illinois, Iowa, and Missouri (US) / Sharon E. Wood -- Laura E. Davis Titus, nineteenth-century Norfolk, Virginia (US) / Cassandra L. Newby-Alexander -- Carrie Williams Clifford, nineteenth- and early twentieth-century Ohio (US) / Cathleen D. Cahill.
Subject Women slaves -- America -- Biography.
Slaves -- Emancipation -- America -- Biography.
Feminism -- America -- History.
Added Author Ball, Erica, editor.
Seijas, Tatiana, editor.
Snyder, Terri L., 1956- editor.
Added Title Collective biography of women and emancipation in the Americas
ISBN 9781108493406 hardcover
1108493408 hardcover
9781108737036 paperback
110873703X paperback
9781108623957 electronic publication
9781108659499 electronic book