Engendering whiteness : white women and colonialism in Barbados and North Carolina 1627-1865 / Cecily Jones.
Jones, Cecily author.
|Format||Book and Print|
|Distribution Info||Manchester ; New York : Manchester University Press ; New York : Distributed exclusively in the USA by Palgrave, 2014.|
|Description||xi, 237 pages ; 24 cm.|
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|Series||Studies in imperialism
Studies in imperialism (Manchester, England) ^A231036
|Contents||Mapping racial boundaries: gender, race and poor relief in Barbados -- 'Worse than (white) men, much worse than the Negroes...' : sexuality, labour and poor white women in North Carolina -- 'To serve her own desires' : white women and property holding in Barbadian plantation society -- 'There may be my sphere of usefulness...': the making of a North Carolinian plantation mistress -- White lives, black bodies: Barbadian women and slaveholding -- 'She would labor almost night and day' : white women, property rights and slaveholding in North Carolina.|
|General note||Originally published: 2007.|
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
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|Joyner||NC Stacks||HQ1233 .J66 2014||✔ Available||Place Hold|