The Family Life of the Enslaved | National Humanities Center

America in Class Lessons

The Family Life of the Enslaved

Advisor: Williams, Heather Andrea (NHC Fellow, 2007–08)

By Schramm, Richard R. (NHC Vice President for Education Programs, 1984–2016)

The slave family did all the things families normally do, but the fact that other human beings owned its members made it vulnerable to unique constrictions, disruptions, frustrations, and pain.

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History / Education Studies / American South / American History / Enslaved Persons / Families / Slave Narratives /