Black Resistance in Colonial and Revolutionary Bergen County, New Jersey

By Graham Hodges - Nearly 1,000 Afro-American slaves lived in Bergen County in the early 1770's. This scholarly work explains the significance of collective black resistance against slavery in Bergen County during the American Revolution. (1989) Pamphlet, 35 pp.
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