• History
  • Published 2014

The Effects of the Nat Turner Slave Revolt on the Health and Welfare of 19th-Century Slaves in Southeastern Virginia

@inproceedings{Auerbach2014TheEO,
  title={The Effects of the Nat Turner Slave Revolt on the Health and Welfare of 19th-Century Slaves in Southeastern Virginia},
  author={Jeffrey Auerbach},
  year={2014}
}
THE EFFECTS OF THE NAT TURNER SLAVE REVOLT ON THE HEALTH AND WELFARE OF 19TH-CENTURY SLAVESIN SOUTHEASTERN VIRGINIA by Jeffrey Clifford Auerbach August 2014 The Nat Turner Slave Revolt stands as a major turning point in the history of American slavery and represents a fundamental shift in the master slave relationship. This event shattered the previous paternalistic view and caused a fundamental reorganization of slave life. Included in this reorganization was a shift in the subsistence… CONTINUE READING

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