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Relationships among Slaves

Relationships among Slaves

Relationships among Slaves: An Overview...109

    Deliah Brown

Kinship...111

    Tanya M. Mears

Skin Color...113

    Nelson Rhodes

Slave Bodies...114

    Lawrence T. McDonne

Gender Roles...117

    Damian Nemirovsky

Sexuality and Reproduction...118

    Christina Adkins

Gift Exchange...120

    Tamara Walker

Courtship and Marriage...121

    Nelson Rhodes

Conflict between Slaves...123

    Jeff Forret

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