In black majority negroes in colonial south carolina from 1670 through the stono rebellion historian peter h wood examines the rise of a distinct slave culture in south carolina during the colonial period. Black majority negroes in colonial south carolina from 1670 through the stono rebellion peter h wood norton well documented description of black culture and life in south carolina from its founding to 1740 negroes in colonial south carolina from 1670 through the stono rebellion the norton library author peter h wood edition . In his book black majority peter h wood writes about the largest portion of colonial south carolinas population black slaves the author traces the development of slavery in south carolina from 1670 through the stono rebellion in 1739 wood argues that negro slaves played a significant and . Black majority negroes in colonial south carolina from 1670 through the stono rebellion slavery in the north american colonies was a neglected area of study before peter h woods examination of its development in south carolina from the founding of the colony through the stono rebellion in 1739. Black majority negroes in south carolina from 1670 to the stono rebellion is not a book one might normally pick up to read unless they had a keen interest in either the history of south carolina or the stono rebellion or have been assigned a summary analysis or literature review but this was a surprisingly engaging text first of all it
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