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Blurring the Lines of Race and Freedom: Mulattoes in English Colonial North America and the Early United States Republic

@inproceedings{Wilkinson2013BlurringTL,
  title={Blurring the Lines of Race and Freedom: Mulattoes in English Colonial North America and the Early United States Republic},
  author={A. Wilkinson},
  year={2013}
}
Author(s): Wilkinson, A.B. | Advisor(s): Martin, Waldo E. | Abstract: This project investigates people of mixed African, European, and sometimes Native American ancestry, commonly referred to as "mulattoes," in English colonial North America and the early United States republic. This research deconstructs nascent African American stratification by examining various types of privilege that allowed people of mixed heritage to experience upward social mobility, with a special focus on access to… Expand
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