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“Enslaved Women and the Law: The Paradoxes of Subordination in the Post-Revolutionary Carolinas,”

  • Publication: Slavery & Abolition, 26 (pp. 305-323)

8/2005, Laura F. Edwards, Slavery & Abolition, 26 (pp. 305-323)

Republished in Gwyn Campbell, Suzanne Miers, and Joseph C. Miller, eds., Women in Slavery: The Modern Atlantic, vol. 2. (Athens: Ohio University Press, 2007), 128-51.

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