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Women and Children in Slavery


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Women and Children in Slavery - Gildae, Ph D
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Every aspect of slave women's lives--from the clothes they wore, the food they ate, and even the people they married--was controlled by their owners. Even worse, slaveowners could, and often did, sexually abuse their female slaves. Children who resulted from these unions were automatically considered slaves and lived in abject conditions. But slave women and children endured their terrible circumstances, and often fought back in subtle ways against the unjust system of chattel slavery.

Women and Children in Slavery 2019, Mason Crest Publishers

ISBN-13: 9781422244098