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These developments open new doors into historical understandings of colonial race relations, slavery, and family compositions. Download PDF. or Customer ID. Forgot password?
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Close Figure Viewer. The degree of tolerance for these matches, as well as the accommodation of the mixed-race children born from them, illuminates the contours and experiences of racial prejudice in this period. Return to Figure. Learn more.
This is especially true when the Caribbean is added to considerations of colonial attitudes. Search for more papers by this author.
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However, recent scholarship has shown a greater degree of racial mixture in both the British and French colonies than once thought, even between African-descended and European groups. Request Username Can't in? Shareable Link Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues. Abstract This article analyzes recent historical scholarship on cross-racial pairings in colonial North America and the Caribbean.
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