Date of Award
Program or Major
Master of Arts
The goal of this thesis is to restore complexity, normalcy, and the later development of racism to the history and culture of slavery in New Hampshire. In addition to its role as a normal aspect of life in a hierarchical Atlantic world, slavery in New Hampshire gave birth to both racism and racial consciousness after its gradual demise in the state. The roots of slavery, the acculturation of different populations, changing interpretations of the state's history of slavery, and contemporary examples of its influence are presented here in an effort to correct the perception that slavery was inconsequential in the area.
Fernald, Jody R., "Slavery in New Hampshire: Profitable godliness to racial consciousness" (2007). Master's Theses and Capstones. 68.