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Beginning in 1803, the Ohio legislature enacted what came to be known as the Black Laws. These laws instituted barriers against blacks entering the state and placed limits on black testimony against whites. Basing his narrative on massive primary research, often utilizing previously unexplored sources, Stephen Middleton tells the story of racial oppression in Ohio and recounts chilling episodes of how blacks asserted their freedom by challenging the restrictions in the racial codes until the state legislature repealed some pernicious features in 1849 and finally abolished them in 1886.The fastest-growing state in antebellum America and the destination of whites from the North and the South, Ohio also became the destination for thousands of southern blacks, both free and runaway. Thus, nineteenth-century Ohio became a legal battleground for two powerful and far-reaching impulses in the history of race and law in America. One was the use of state power to further racial discrimination, and the other was the thirst of African Americans and their white allies for equality under the law for all Americans.Written in a clear and compelling style, this pathbreaking study will be required reading for historians, legal scholars, students, and those interested in the struggle for civil rights in America.

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Beginning in 1803, the Ohio legislature enacted what came to be known as the Black Laws. These

laws instituted barriers against blacks entering the state and placed limits on black testimony

against whites. Basing his narrative on massive primary research, often utilizing previously

unexplored sources, Stephen Middleton tells the story of racial oppression in Ohio and recounts

chilling episodes of how blacks asserted their freedom by challenging the restrictions in the racial

codes until the state legislature repealed some pernicious features in 1849 and finally abolished

them in 1886.The fastest-growing state in antebellum America and the destination of whites from

the North and the South, Ohio also became the destination for thousands of southern blacks, both

free and runaway. Thus, nineteenth-century Ohio became a legal battleground for two powerful

and far-reaching impulses in the history of race and law in America. One was the use of state

power to further racial discrimination, and the other was the thirst of African Americans and their

white allies for equality under the law for all Americans.Written in a clear and compelling style, this

pathbreaking study will be required reading for historians, legal scholars, students, and those

interested in the struggle for civil rights in America.


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Beginning in 1803, the Ohio legislature enacted what came to be known as the Black Laws.

These laws instituted barriers against blacks entering the state and placed limits on black

testimony against whites. Basing his narrative on massive primary research, often utilizing

previously unexplored sources, Stephen Middleton tells the story of racial oppression in

Ohio and recounts chilling episodes of how blacks asserted their freedom by challenging the

restrictions in the racial codes until the state legislature repealed some pernicious features

in 1849 and finally abolished them in 1886.The fastest-growing state in antebellum America

and the destination of whites from the North and the South, Ohio also became the

destination for thousands of southern blacks, both free and runaway. Thus, nineteenthcentury

Ohio became a legal battleground for two powerful and far-reaching impulses in the

history of race and law in America. One was the use of state power to further racial

discrimination, and the other was the thirst of African Americans and their white allies for

equality under the law for all Americans.Written in a clear and compelling style, this


pathbreaking study will be required reading for historians, legal scholars, students, and

those interested in the struggle for civil rights in America.


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