The Aftermath of Slavery | William A. Sinclair | Social Science

This work describes conditions and forces the black population of the South faced after freedom was brought by the Civil War. As Sinclair puts it at the outset of his book, “. . . the chief efforts of Southern leadership have been to curtail the freedom of the colored people, to minimize their liberty and reduce them as nearly as possible to the condition of chattel slaves.”

Genre(s): History, Social Science (Culture & Anthropology)

William A. Sinclair (1858 – 1912)

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