Ploughshares Into Swords

Ploughshares Into Swords

Race, Rebellion, and Identity in Gabriel's Virginia, 1730-1810

Book - 1997
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James Sidbury's Ploughshares into Swords places the enslaved population of Virginia squarely within the emerging Atlantic world culture--of the market economy, of urban culture, of Virginia's rapidly changing religious culture. Sidbury stresses the way black Virginians appropriated white cultural forms, transformed their meaning, and in the process created symbols of black liberation and a culture that had autonomous features even though it drew from the larger culture. His skillfull interweaving of these two separate strands of argument provides rare insights into the entire process of identity formation and creolization.
Publisher: New York : Cambridge University Press, 1997
ISBN: 9780521584548
052158454X
9780521598606
0521598605
Characteristics: x, 292 p. : maps ; 24 cm

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