- Title Pages
IntroductionThe Problem of Suicide in North American Slavery
OneSuicide and the Transatlantic Slave Trade
TwoSuicide and Seasoning in British American Plantations
ThreeSlave Suicide in the Context of Colonial North America
FourThe Power to Die or the Power of the State? The Legalities of Suicide in Slavery
FiveThe Paradoxes of Suicide and Slavery in Print
Chapter SixThe Meaning of Suicide in Antislavery Politics
EpilogueSuicide, Slavery, and Memory in American Culture
- Studying Slave Suicide
- Select Bibliography of Primary Sources
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