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Enslavement and Sharecropping in Florida

Rare books

The rare books collections at FSU Special Collections & Archives comprise over 90,000 volumes of printed materials ranging in date from the fifteenth to the twenty-first centuries. These books represent significant examples from the history of text technology, as well as areas of particular historical, geographical, and sociological importance. This page presents a small portion of our rare books collection including edited volumes of personal accounts, oral histories, and research products of FSU on the subject of enslavement and sharecropping.

Edited Volumes

Oral History

Secondary sources in Special Collections

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