WEREN'T NO GOOD TIMES: Personal Accounts of Slavery in Alabama
This work presents a collection of 46 interviews with Alabama slaves taken in the 1930s. From the beginning, Alabama's economy was built on cotton and slavery. By 1860, the slave population in Alabama had swelled to 435,080. These narratives will help readers understand slavery by hearing the voices of the people who lived it.
Publisher: John F. Blair
Publishing status: Current
Item #: 3704955