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Native American Slave Trade in New England

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Three scholars present papers on the history of Native American and African slavery and the slave trade in New England. The papers are "Another Face of Slavery: Indentured Servitude of Native Americans in Southern New England," "Freedom and Conflicts over Class, Gender, and Identity: The Evolving Relationship between Indians and Blacks in Southern New England, 1750–1870," and "Enslavement and Indians in Southern New England: Unraveling a Hidden History."