Some articles on slave, slaves:
... The interregional slave trade was the trade of slaves within the United States that reallocated slaves across states during the antebellum period ... Transactions in the interregional slave market were driven primarily by interregional differences in the marginal productivity of labor, which were given by the relative advantage between climates ... Due to a lack of data, particularly with regard to slave prices, land values, and export totals for slaves, the true effects of the interregional slave trade on both the economy of the Old South and ...
... estimates that the average differential between slave prices in the Upper South and Deep South markets from 1830-1835 was $232 ... In fact, Evans suggests that interstate slave traders received a wage greater than that of an alternative profession in skilled mechanical trades ... If skilled mechanical trades can be considered a reasonable alternative occupation for slave traders, then it appears that interregional slave ...
... Charles Deslondes was one of the slave leaders of the 1811 German Coast Uprising, a slave revolt that began on January 8, 1811 in the Territory of Orleans ... The slave insurgents killed two white men, and the militias and executions killed 95 slaves ...
... Historians who argue in favor of soil exhaustion as an explanation for slave importation into the Deep South posit that exporting states emerged as slave producers because of the transformation of ... in the upper south shifted crop emphasis from tobacco to grain which required less slave labor ... cotton industry coupled with the labor intensive nature of the crop created a need for slave labor in the Deep South that could be satisfied by excess supply further north ...
... is determining the westward migration of the interregional slave trade from that incidental to the relocation of a slave’s master ... Pritchett, has this figure at about 50 percent, or about 835,000 slaves total between 1790-1850 ... It is worth noting that, even without the interregional slave trade, it is plausible that migration would have occurred naturally due to natural population pressures and the subsequent increase in land ...
More definitions of "slave":
- (noun): A person who is owned by someone.
- (noun): Someone entirely dominated by some influence or person.
Example: "A slave to fashion"; "a slave to cocaine"; "his mother was his abject slave"
- (adj): Held in servitude.
Example: "He was born of slave parents"
Famous quotes containing the word slave:
“... The slave will never thank his manumitter;
Which often makes the manumitter bitter.”
—Robert Frost (18741963)
“Its not the suffering of birth, death, love that the young reject, but the suffering of endless labor without dream, eating the spare bread in bitterness, being a slave without the security of a slave.”
—Meridel Le Sueur (b. 1900)
“Someone is always at my elbow reminding me that I am the grand-daughter of slaves. It fails to register depression with me. Slavery is sixty years in the past. The operation was successful and the patient is doing well, thank you. The terrible struggle that made me an American out of a potential slave said On the line! The Reconstruction said Go! I am off to a flying start and I must not halt in the stretch to look behind and weep.”
—Zora Neale Hurston (18911960)