The Resource Mighty rough times, I tell you : personal accounts of slavery in Tennessee, edited by Andrea Sutcliffe

Mighty rough times, I tell you : personal accounts of slavery in Tennessee, edited by Andrea Sutcliffe

Label
Mighty rough times, I tell you : personal accounts of slavery in Tennessee
Title
Mighty rough times, I tell you
Title remainder
personal accounts of slavery in Tennessee
Statement of responsibility
edited by Andrea Sutcliffe
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Member of
Biography type
collective biography
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
  • 976.8/00496073/0092
  • B
Index
no index present
LC call number
E445.T3
LC item number
M46 2000
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Sutcliffe, Andrea
Series statement
Real voices, real history series
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Slaves
  • Slaves
  • African Americans
  • African Americans
  • Tennessee
  • Tennessee
  • African Americans
  • African Americans
  • Race relations
  • Slaves
  • Slaves
  • Tennessee
  • Geschichte
  • Oral history
  • Sklaverei
  • Schwarze
  • Tennessee
Label
Mighty rough times, I tell you : personal accounts of slavery in Tennessee, edited by Andrea Sutcliffe
Link
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • We Didn't Know Nothing Else But Slavery
  • 28
  • I Got Many a Whipping
  • 33
  • I Was Four Years Old When I Was Put on the Block
  • 36
  • I Expect I Am the Oldest Man in Nashville
  • 43
  • I Never Worries No Matter What Happens
  • 48
  • Mighty Rough Times, I Tell You
  • My Father and Abe Lincoln Was First Cousins
  • 52
  • They Were Saving Me for a Breeding Woman
  • 59
  • I Have No Kin in This World
  • 66
  • I Was Sharp As a Tack
  • 68
  • There Wasn't No Learning Going On in Slavery
  • 75
  • 3
  • I Lived on Gallatin Pike
  • 80
  • White Folks Raised Me
  • 83
  • I Would Die Fighting Rather Than Be a Slave Again
  • 87
  • I Remember the Yankee Soldiers Well
  • 92
  • I Could Hear the Bullets Flying All Around
  • 95
  • They Had Whipping Day Every Thursday
  • My Daddy Was Part Indian
  • 99
  • All My Bosses Were Nigger Traders
  • 103
  • Sometimes She Would Lock Us Up in a Dark Closet
  • 109
  • You Couldn't Go Nowhere without a Pass
  • 113
  • I Don't Never Want to See Another War
  • 118
  • 7
  • Folks These Days Don't Know What Trouble Looks Like
  • 124
  • They Tried to Make Me Think I Wasn't Free
  • 129
  • They Would Turn a Kettle Upside Down
  • 139
  • They Charged Him for His Own Child
  • 142
  • I Was Sold Away from My Husband
  • 149
  • My Mother Was the Smartest Black Woman in Eden
  • I Stole My Learning in the Woods
  • 153
  • They Sold My Sister Right in This Nigger-Trading Yard
  • 158
  • One Night a Ku Klux Klan Rode Up to Our Door
  • 166
  • Stock Was Treated a Great Deal Better
  • 171
  • I Want to Build Up
  • 175
  • 11
  • They Raised the Chillun to Make Money On
  • 181
  • I've Been Here to Hear It Thunder
  • 185
  • A Negro Has Got No Name
  • 21
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 189 pages)
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)858912953
Label
Mighty rough times, I tell you : personal accounts of slavery in Tennessee, edited by Andrea Sutcliffe
Link
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • We Didn't Know Nothing Else But Slavery
  • 28
  • I Got Many a Whipping
  • 33
  • I Was Four Years Old When I Was Put on the Block
  • 36
  • I Expect I Am the Oldest Man in Nashville
  • 43
  • I Never Worries No Matter What Happens
  • 48
  • Mighty Rough Times, I Tell You
  • My Father and Abe Lincoln Was First Cousins
  • 52
  • They Were Saving Me for a Breeding Woman
  • 59
  • I Have No Kin in This World
  • 66
  • I Was Sharp As a Tack
  • 68
  • There Wasn't No Learning Going On in Slavery
  • 75
  • 3
  • I Lived on Gallatin Pike
  • 80
  • White Folks Raised Me
  • 83
  • I Would Die Fighting Rather Than Be a Slave Again
  • 87
  • I Remember the Yankee Soldiers Well
  • 92
  • I Could Hear the Bullets Flying All Around
  • 95
  • They Had Whipping Day Every Thursday
  • My Daddy Was Part Indian
  • 99
  • All My Bosses Were Nigger Traders
  • 103
  • Sometimes She Would Lock Us Up in a Dark Closet
  • 109
  • You Couldn't Go Nowhere without a Pass
  • 113
  • I Don't Never Want to See Another War
  • 118
  • 7
  • Folks These Days Don't Know What Trouble Looks Like
  • 124
  • They Tried to Make Me Think I Wasn't Free
  • 129
  • They Would Turn a Kettle Upside Down
  • 139
  • They Charged Him for His Own Child
  • 142
  • I Was Sold Away from My Husband
  • 149
  • My Mother Was the Smartest Black Woman in Eden
  • I Stole My Learning in the Woods
  • 153
  • They Sold My Sister Right in This Nigger-Trading Yard
  • 158
  • One Night a Ku Klux Klan Rode Up to Our Door
  • 166
  • Stock Was Treated a Great Deal Better
  • 171
  • I Want to Build Up
  • 175
  • 11
  • They Raised the Chillun to Make Money On
  • 181
  • I've Been Here to Hear It Thunder
  • 185
  • A Negro Has Got No Name
  • 21
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, 189 pages)
Form of item
online
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)858912953

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