Roots of Secession

Roots of Secession

Offering a provocative new look at the politics of secession in antebellum Virginia, William Link places African Americans at the center of events and argues that their acts of defiance and rebellion had powerful political repercussions throughout the turbulent period leading up to the Civil War.

An upper South state with nearly half a million slaves--more than any other state in the nation--and some 50,000 free blacks, Virginia witnessed a uniquely volatile convergence… (more)

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Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press (January 21, 2004)

Collection: Civil War America

Page count: 416 pages

Language: English


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