North Carolina'S Free People Of Color, 1715-1885
de Warren Eugene Milteer Jr.
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Examines the lives of free persons categorized by their communities as "negroes", "mulattoes," "mustees", "Indians", "mixed-bloods", or simply "free people of color". From the colonial period through Reconstruction, lawmakers passed legislation that curbed the rights and privileges of these non-enslaved residents.