Event: Book Launch Today for The Yellow Demon of Fever by Manuel Barcia

Fighting Disease in the Nineteenth-Century Transatlantic Slave Trade Presented by Columbia University's Department of History September 30, 2020 | 12:00 - 1:15 p.m. Register here Manuel Barcia (University of Leeds) with Professor Christopher L. Brown and Grant Kleiser A pathbreaking history of how participants in the slave trade influenced the growth and dissemination of medical knowledge, The … Continue reading Event: Book Launch Today for The Yellow Demon of Fever by Manuel Barcia

Freeing Eral Lonnon: a Mashpee Indian Presumed a Fugitive Slave in Louisiana, and the Role of Native People in the History of Judicial Abolition in Massachusetts

A summary essay about the 1839 report on the deliverance of Massachusetts citizens liable to be sold as slaves in slave states and a 1936 reference book on historical Massachusetts judicial cases involving people of color By Edward L. Bell scholarly researcher and writer in New England history Abstract: The 1839 Massachusetts legislative Report on … Continue reading Freeing Eral Lonnon: a Mashpee Indian Presumed a Fugitive Slave in Louisiana, and the Role of Native People in the History of Judicial Abolition in Massachusetts