Africans in America. Part 1, The terrible transformation. Interview with Margaret Washington, associate professor of history, Cornell University. 1 of 4 / [produced by WGBH]

Margaret Washington is interviewed about the change from indentured labor towards enslaved labor, Virginians' concerns about black and white servants, the earliest Africans in Virginia, the relationships between Europeans and Africans, Jemmy, the leader of the Stono Rebellion, the idea of freed...

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Online Access: Streaming Video (via Alexander Street Press)
Other Authors: Bagwell, Orlando (Director, Producer), Bellows, Susan (Producer)
Format: Video
Language:English
Published: Boston, MA : WGBH Educational Foundation, [1998]
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Summary:Margaret Washington is interviewed about the change from indentured labor towards enslaved labor, Virginians' concerns about black and white servants, the earliest Africans in Virginia, the relationships between Europeans and Africans, Jemmy, the leader of the Stono Rebellion, the idea of freedom for Stono rebels, the impact of the Stono Rebellion and the rise of Africans' concern after the Stono Rebellion.
Item Description:Title from resource description page (viewed September 12, 2017)
Physical Description:1 online resource (110 minutes)
Playing Time:01:49:59