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The Color Factor: The Economics of African-American Well-Being in the Nineteenth-Century South

Howard Bodenhorn

Published in April 2015 by Oxford University Press
in NBER Book Series Long-Term Factors in Economic Development

NBER Program(s):DAE, HE

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320 pages
ISBN: 978-0-19-938309-2

Table of Contents

Front matter, acknowledgments: Howard Bodenhorn (bibliographic info)
1. Introduction to "The Color Factor: The Economics of African-American Well-Being in the Nineteenth-Century South": Howard Bodenhorn (p. 1 - 18) (bibliographic info)
2. Legal Constructions of Race and Interpretations of Color: Howard Bodenhorn (p. 19 - 33) (bibliographic info)
3. Race Mixing and Color in Literature and Science: Howard Bodenhorn (p. 34 - 49) (bibliographic info)
4. The Plantation: Howard Bodenhorn (p. 50 - 69) (bibliographic info)
5. Finding Freedom: Howard Bodenhorn (p. 70 - 97) (bibliographic info)
6. Marriage and the Family: Howard Bodenhorn (p. 98 - 122) (bibliographic info)
7. Work: Howard Bodenhorn (p. 123 - 143) (bibliographic info)
8. Wealth: Howard Bodenhorn (p. 144 - 166) (bibliographic info)
9. Height, Health, and Mortality: Howard Bodenhorn (p. 167 - 187) (bibliographic info)
Epilogue: Howard Bodenhorn (p. 188 - 197) (bibliographic info)
Appendices: Howard Bodenhorn (p. 199 - 262) (bibliographic info)
Notes: Howard Bodenhorn (p. 263 - 288) (bibliographic info)
References: Howard Bodenhorn (p. 289 - 314) (bibliographic info)
Index: Howard Bodenhorn (p. 315 - 320) (bibliographic info)
 
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