History of Tobacco and Slaves in the United States
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this paper has 5 sources: Sources: William W. Hening, ed., The Statutes at Large; Being a Collection of All Laws of Virginia, from the First Session of the Legislature in the Year 1619 (Samuel Pleasants, 1810), 2:170, 260. Joseph Ball Letterbook, 1743–1759, in Correspondence of Joseph Ball, 1743–1780, Library of Congress. Richard Corbin to Mr. James Semple, January 1, 1759, Richard Corbin Letterbook, Manuscript DMS 1971.5, John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Library, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. Lt. Gov. William Gooch to Board of Trade, June 29, 1729, Calendar of State Papers, Colonial Series, America and the West Indies, 1728–1729 (London, 1937), 414–15, in Paul G. E. Clemens, ed., The Colonial Era: A Documentary Reader (Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2008), 135–36. The descriptions of life on a tobacco plantation in this collection are all written by white slaveholders. How can historians use these sources to understand the experiences of enslaved people?
What must be taken into account when analyzing these sources? Can you write an accurate history without the words of enslaved people? Compare the image with written sources? Which is more useful for understanding the past? How does the medium impact your understanding of the source? Why did the colonial government of Virginia pass the two laws listed in Document 3.5? What can we infer was happening from the legal system and other documents that influenced lawmakers to pass laws like these? this is from Hewitt, Nancy A. and Steven F. Lawson, 2nd ed., Exploring American Histories: A Survey. Vol. 1 (2017).
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