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roving editor, or, Talks with slaves in the southern states

by Redpath, James

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Published by Pennsylvania State University Press in University Park, Pa .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Southern States,
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Slaves -- United States -- Social conditions,
    • Southern States -- Description and travel

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesRoving editor, Talks with slaves in the southern states
      Statementby James Redpath ; edited by John R. McKivigan.
      ContributionsMcKivigan, John R., 1949-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE443 .R43 1996
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxvi, 356 p. :
      Number of Pages356
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL795861M
      ISBN 100271015322, 0271015330
      LC Control Number95031729

      Alex MacKay, The Western World: or Travels in the United States in (3rd ed.; London: Richard Bentley, ), II, pp. 2James Redpath, The Roving Editor: or Talks with Slaves in the Southern States (New York: A.B. Burdick,File Size: KB. Brief bio of James Redpath via PBS The Roving Editor: or, Talks with Slaves in the southern states. By James Redpath; Summary of a biography by McKivigan, "Forgotten Firebrand. James Redpath and the Making of Nineteenth-Century America," at the Cornell University Press website.

      Read the full-text online edition of Lay My Burden Down: A Folk History of Slavery (). used by James Redpath in The Roving Editor: or, Talks with Slaves in the Southern States (), Slaves--United States--Social Conditions; Slaves--United States--Folklore;.   At the start of their organized activities, American abolitionists tried to dissociate their campaign from violent methods, particularly inciting slave insurrections. They advocated moral suasion, and in the s, the ' James Redpath, The Roving Editor; or, Talks with Slaves in the Southern States (New York: A. B. Burdick, ), vii.

      (editor of a modern edition) James Redpath's book The Roving Editor; or, Talks with the Slaves in the Southern States (Penn State University Press ); and over fifty-five articles and book . The Roving Editor: Or, Talks With Slaves in the Southern States. by James Redpath. Paperback | Octo $ online. $ list price. save 16 % In stock online. Not available in stores. add to cart. The Roving Editor: Or, Talks With Slaves in the Southern States. by James Redpath. Hardcover | Octo $ In stock.


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Redpath interviewed slaves, recorded their opinions, and collected these letters into book form, publishing them in as The Roving Editor.

While some historians over the years have utilized Redpath's book, many have treated it as merely another travel account of the antebellum South, dismissing the interviews as the fabrication of a radical : John R.

McKivigan. While a reporter at Horace Greeley's New York Tribune, James Redpath developed a strong curiosity about slavery and decided that he would travel south "to see slavery with my own eyes." Redpath interviewed slaves, recorded their opinions, and collected these letters into book form, publishing them in as The Roving : John R.

Mckivigan. While a reporter at Horace Greeley's New York Tribune, James Redpath developed a strong curiosity about slavery and decided that he would travel south "to see slavery with my own eyes." Redpath interviewed slaves, recorded their opinions, and collected these letters into book form, publishing them in as The Roving Editor.

The roving editor, or, Talks with slaves in the southern states. [James Redpath; John R McKivigan] -- While a reporter at Horace Greeley's New York Tribune in the s, James Redpath developed a strong curiosity about slavery and decided that he would.

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The Roving Editor | While a reporter at Horace Greeley's New York Tribune, James Redpath developed a strong curiosity about slavery and decided that he would travel south ""to see slavery with my own eyes."" Redpath interviewed slaves, recorded their opinions, and collected these letters into book form, publishing them in as The Roving Editor.

Beginning in Marchhe traveled in the South to examine slavery for himself, interviewing slaves and collecting material published in as The Roving Editor: or, Talks with Slaves in the Southern States.

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James Redpath is the author of The Roving Editor, Or, Talks With Slaves In The Southern States ( avg rating, 6 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), T 4/5. James Redpath's Dedication to John Brown I am currently reading a reprint and edited version of James Redpath's, The Roving Editor, or Talks with Slaves in the Southern States.

It is a fascinating read to say the least, and while decidedly biased due Redpath's vehement abolitionist beliefs, it still provides a good source of information on how slaves felt about their : Tim Talbott.

United States: Antislavery Literature. Among works written from the antislavery perspective by American journalists are: James Redpath, The Roving Editor, or Talks with Slaves in the Southern States () Frederick Law Olmsted, The Cotton Kingdom () New Orleans as It Is ().

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Burdick, ; New York: Negro Universities Press []), William Styron in The Confessions of Nat Turner (New York: Random House, ; New York: New American Library. The Roving Editor: Or Talks With Slaves in the Southern States, by James Redpath James Redpath A new edition of a major abolitionist work that confirms the authenticity of newspaperman James RedpathÂ’s interviews with slaves during the mid-nineteenth century.

The Roving Editor, or Talks with Slaves in the Southern States, by James Redpath, ed. John R. McKivigan (University Park, Pa., ), Porte Crayon cited in Bland Simpson, The Great Dismal: a Carolinian's Swamp Memoir (Chapel Hill, N.C., ), 73, Some interesting archaeological evidence suggests late eighteenth- and early nineteenth.

More editions of The Roving Editor: Or Talks with Slaves in the Southern States, by James Redpath: The Roving Editor: Or Talks with Slaves in the Southern States, by James Redpath: ISBN () Softcover, Penn State University Press, The Roving Editor or Talks with Slaves in the Southern States (University Park, ), This reviewer, however, located the quotation in the original edition of the book.

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