New PDF release: African Americans in the West (Cultures in the American
By Douglas Flamming
From colonial occasions to the current, this quantity captures the stories of the westward migration of African american citizens. in accordance with the most recent study, it bargains a clean examine the various methods African americans influenced—and have been encouraged by—the improvement of the U.S. frontier.African americans within the West covers the increase of the slave exchange to its enlargement into what was once on the time the westernmost usa; from the post–Civil warfare migrations, together with the Exodusters who fled the South for Kansas in 1879 to the mid–20th century civil rights move, which observed many severe occasions ensue within the West—from the association of the Black Panthers in Oakland to the tragic Watts riots in l. a..
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Hannah had scarcely arrived in Mississippi when the Smith household left Mississippi for this New West. Robert and Rebecca had recently converted to Mormonism, and when the Latter-day Saints decided to establish their new Zion at Salt Lake, the Smiths, along with other Mississippi Saints, decided to go. So, by the end of 1848, Hannah, Biddy Mason, and their children found themselves, along with about two dozen other slaves, in a most unlikely place: Utah. But, as it turned out, Hannah’s adventures in the New West had hardly begun.
To put the question more simply: Just who were African Americans? That answer begins with the Atlantic slave trade. Between roughly 1520 and 1870, three and a half centuries in which Europe’s maritime nations ruled most of the world, nearly 12 million black Africans were captured, sold, and shipped in chains to the Americas. Between 9 and 10 million of those slaves were purchased upon arrival in the ports of South America, Central America, the Caribbean islands, and North America. Two facts follow.
Still others were taken from Atlantic seaports by ship and then deposited in the west’s foremost slave market: New Orleans. The image of slaves being hauled westward in chains became all too common, and many, including a young Abraham Lincoln, found it disturbing. ” But, as critics pointed out, real family members were not sold to traders during economic downturns or forced westward in chains. But the movement was not stopped. Indeed, the frontier plantation system gained another boost in the 1830s, when the remaining lands of the Creek, Cherokee, Choctaw, and Chickasaw fell into the possession of Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi.
African Americans in the West (Cultures in the American West) by Douglas Flamming