Manisha Sinha

Manisha Sinha is an Indian-born American historian, and the Draper Chair in American History at the University of Connecticut. She is the author of ''The Slave's Cause: A History of Abolition'' (2016), which won the Frederick Douglass Book Prize. Provided by Wikipedia
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    The counterrevolution of slavery : politics and ideology in antebellum South Carolina / by Sinha, Manisha

    Published 2000
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    The Slave's Cause : a History of Abolition / by Sinha, Manisha

    Published 2016
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    The slave's cause : a history of abolition / by Sinha, Manisha

    Published 2016
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    The slave's cause : a history of abolition / by Sinha, Manisha

    Published 2016
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    African American mosaic : a documentary history from the slave trade to the twenty-first century /

    Published 2004
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    The Abolitionist Imagination / by Delbanco, Andrew 1952-

    Published 2012
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    Contested democracy : freedom, race, and power in American history /

    Published 2007
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    Contested democracy : freedom, race, and power in American history /

    Published 2007
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    The abolitionist imagination / by Delbanco, Andrew, 1952-

    Published 2012
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    The abolitionist imagination / by Delbanco, Andrew, 1952-

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