The Resource Writings concerning our history, by Nancy B. Stewart

Writings concerning our history, by Nancy B. Stewart

Label
Writings concerning our history, by Nancy B. Stewart
Publication
Contents
Shenandoah County Historical Society web site -- The face of slavery -- The presence of African Americans in Shenandoah County -- The Political influence of slavery in Shenandoah County from 1774-1860 -- Black laws in Virginia -- Slavery: the business in Shenandoah County -- How did Shenandoah County get into the slavery business? -- Who got into the slavery business in Shenandoah County? -- The presence of African Americans in the Shenandoah County iron business -- Marlboro: a colonial iron plantation and Zane's Iron Works -- The Lutheran Church and African Americans in Shenandoah County -- Historical notes of interest -- George Rye and the abolitionist Movement in Shenandoah County, Virginia -- the 1860 election -- The use of female slaves in Shenandoah and Rockingham Counties -- 1868 outrages in Shenandoah County --James H. Foster, African American freedom fighter -- "Poor old slave" a ballad of interest to Nathan Stover -- African Americans in Woodstock -- One African American's appeal for justice, 1858: Master William from Fortune Steptoe -- African American names, 1870-1880, compared to Shenandoah County names, 2008 -- Preservation: facts about African Americans in Shenandoah County and their homes in Shenandoah County -- Witnesses to history: the big house and the summer kitchen in Shenandoah County -- About Nancy B. Stewart
Control code
828664007
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
225 p.
Other physical details
facs.
Ownership
Gift of the author.

Library Locations

    • Special Collections Research CenterBorrow it
      Carrier Library Second Floor Room 203, MSC 1704, 880 Madison Drive, Harrisonburg, VA, 22807, US
      38.438299 -78.8741916
Processing Feedback ...