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The present essay explores the ways in which new sensibilities toward the transatlantic slave trade resulted in moments of tension that changed the behavior of the most active slave trading family in U.S. history, the D'Wolfs of Bristol, Rhode Island. Through the trajectory of the...
The means and meanings of travel in the United States changed drastically between the beginning of the nineteenth century and the eve of the Civil War. Historians have labeled this massive transformation the âtransportation revolution,â a construct that illuminates its economic causes and...
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