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Críticas: Clearly written and exhaustively documented, Whispers of Rebellion will immediately become the most complete and reliable account of Gabriel's Conspiracy--generally recognized as one of the five or six most important examples of collective slave resistance in Anglo-America between 1700 and 1861.--James Sidbury, Rice University, author of Ploughshares into Swords: Race, Rebellion, and Identity in Gabriel's Virginia, 1730-1810 Michael Nicholls's Whispers of Rebellion explores a community riven by the fault lines of slavery as well as anyone else has. This book will become the standard account of Gabriel's Conspiracy.--Philip J. Schwarz, Virginia Commonwealth University, editor of Slavery at the Home of George Washington (Virginia) Clearly written and exhaustively documented, "Whispers of Rebellion" will immediately become the most complete and reliable account of Gabriel's Conspiracy generally recognized as one of the five or six most important examples of collective slave resistance in Anglo-America between 1700 and 1861.--James Sidbury, Rice University, author of "Ploughshares into Swords: Race, Rebellion, and Identity in Gabriel's Virginia, 1730 1810"" Michael Nicholls's "Whispers of Rebellion" explores a community riven by the fault lines of slavery as well as anyone else has. This book will become the standard account of Gabriel's Conspiracy.--Philip J. Schwarz, Virginia Commonwealth University, editor of "Slavery at the Home of George Washington" (Virginia)

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