Judicial cases concerning American slavery and the Negro.

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ContributionsHayden, James J. 1894- ed.
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LC ClassificationsKF4545.S5 C3 1968
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Pagination5 v.
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Open LibraryOL5602455M
LC Control Number68009175

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The history of American slavery is one of the most important chapters in the chronicle of the United States. It was an institution that for. Judicial Cases concerning Slavery cases, as in a villain, but even in him not to kill him: so in captives took in war, but the taker cannot kill them, but may sell them to ransom them: there is no such thing as a slave by the law of England.

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Cattarall, Helen, (ed.), Judicial Cases Concerning American Slavery and the Negro () Coffin, Joshua, An Account of Some of the Principal Slave Insurrections () Cooley, Henry, A Study of Slavery in New Jersey () Cooper, T.

and McCord D., Statutes at Large of South Carolina () Coulter, E. Merton, A Short History of. An excellent primary source is the multi-volume study entitled Judicial Cases Concerning American Slavery and the Negro. edited by Helen T. Catterall (Washington: Carnegie Institution, ).

Catteral has abstracted all the court cases concerning slavery until and related cases until This subcollection includes Judicial Cases concerning American Slavery and the Negro () as well as all slavery cases from derived from Federal Cases Comprising Cases Argued and Determined in the Circuit and District Courts of the United States from the Earliest Times to the Beginning of the Federal Reporter, Arranged.

Judicial Cases Concerning American Slavery and the Negro is a five volume, page anthology of court transcripts from the local, state, and federal levels (English, Canadian, and Jamaican cases are included as well).

The collection includes cases beginning with. Judicial Cases Concerning American Slavery & The Negro Slave marriage, slave trade, manumission, and wills, legal case summaries for Tennessee Slaves, and civil and criminal procedure, legal case summaries for Michigan.

John Casor (surname also recorded as Cazara and Corsala), a servant in Northampton County in the Virginia Colony, in became the first person of African descent in England's Thirteen Colonies to be declared as a slave for life as a result of a civil suit. In an earlier case, John Punch was the first man documented as a slave in the Virginia Colony, sentenced to life in servitude for.

John Punch (fl. s, living ) was an enslaved African who lived in the Colony of Virginia. Thought to have been an indentured servant, Punch attempted to escape to Maryland and was sentenced in July by the Virginia Governor's Council to serve as a slave for the remainder of his life.

Two European men who ran away with him received a lighter sentence of extended indentured servitude. records became available, students of slave law had only legal indexes, such as the LOUISIANA DIGEST: TO DATE () and HELEN T. CATrERALL, JUDICIAL CASES CONCERNING AMERICAN SLAVERY AND THE NEGRO (), to guide them to judicial decisions involving slavery.

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Catterall, Helen T. Judicial Cases Concerning American Slavery and the Negro. Carnegie Institution of Washington, Publication No. 5 vols. Washington: Carnegie Publications, [CSL call number E C35]. Lists and discusses fifty cases regarding slaves or slavery that were decided in the Connecticut Supreme Court of Errors, accepted Ballagh's thesis in her introduction to judicial cases concerning blacks.9 By and large, however, historians ignored the debate.

David Saville Muzzey epitomized the early twentieth-century diffidence toward black bondage in early America. In his American Adventure did not mention slavery until the narrative reached the eve of the.American Legal Process: The Colonial Period (); Judicial Cases Concerning American Slavery and the Negro (Helen Tunnicliff Catterall ed.

); and Mark Tushnet, The American Law of Slavery, Considerations of Humanity & Interest (). State studies include Florence Beatty-Brown, Legal Status of Ar.