"I Began To Realize That I Had Some Friends:" Hardship, Resistance, Cooperation, and Unity in Hartford's African American Community, 1833-1841
Date of Award
Bachelor of Arts
This thesis explores Hartford's black community between 1833 and 1841, looking at the exclusion they faced and the ways in which they resisted against it, focusing on four key moments to tell this story. It seeks to use this setting as a platform to make a case for the importance, and uniqueness, of the contributions of antebellum Northern black communities to the rise of antislavery.
Turiano, Evan, ""I Began To Realize That I Had Some Friends:" Hardship, Resistance, Cooperation, and Unity in Hartford's African American Community, 1833-1841". Senior Theses, Trinity College, Hartford, CT 2016.
Trinity College Digital Repository, https://digitalrepository.trincoll.edu/theses/594
Senior thesis completed at Trinity College, Hartford Connecticut for the degree of Bachelor of Arts in American Studies.