Negroes in Colonial South Carolina from 1670 through the Stono Rebellion
A groundbreaking study of two cultures in early America.
Black Majority won the Albert J. Beveridge Award of the American Historical Association.
- April 1996
- 5.6 × 8.3 in
/ 384 pages
- Territory Rights: Worldwide including Canada, but excluding the British Commonwealth.
Endorsements & Reviews
“Easily the most thorough and the most penetrating case study yet written of the Afro-American population during the slave period. . . . Fascinating and instructive.” — Jack P. Greene
“Mr. Wood has gone beyond any previous study of the history of slavery in the colonial period. . . . He has given us new perspectives not only on slavery but on human relationships in early America.” — Edmund S. Morgan, author of American Slavery / American Freedom