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Through acts as small as lying about their past in the slave market or as audacious as running away and claiming to be white, many of the enslaved people forcibly transported by the trade worked their deracination against their slavery. White, Louisiana Supreme Court case16 La.
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Cannon assured the court that "colored blood will stick out" even in crosses of the fourth or fifth degree. I: The History of Manners, trans. Courtesy the Library Company of Philadelphia. By centering their case in the "flaxen haired, blue eyed," and presumably well-behaved young woman in the courtroom, Morrison and her lawyers had drawn on one of the sacred premises of the antebellum social order—the visible, unquestionable, objective character of race—as it was embodied in the most tight fetish of white supremacy, a white woman.
The suspect then punched the clerk once on the left side of his face causing the clerk to fall to the ground.
Based on the racist premise that enslaved people were better off than free people of color because they had white people read owners to take care of them, and flirting with the point at which the edifice of proslavery ideology would collapse beneath the weight of its own absurdity, the laws offered free blacks a chance to choose a master and enslave themselves. Finally, they were a constituency for the broad proslavery argument that identified the interests of all white people with those of slaveholders: in a slaveholding society, only black people were treated as slaves.
The slave dealer James Blakenly made the density of the traffic between phenotype and fantasy explicit when he described Mary Ellen Brooks: "A very pretty girl, a bright mulatto with long curly hair and fine features.
Juilet and Jourdan, caseunreported Louisiana Supreme Court caseibid. The poles of the discussion only begin to outline the shifting political terrain, complicated social underpinnings, and rhetorical jockeying for control of the favored terms of proslavery and white supremacy that defined the enslavement crisis.
For slave buyers, near-white enslaved women symbolized the luxury of being able to pay for service, often sexual, that had no material utility—they were "fancies," projections of the slaveholders' own imagined identities as white men and slave masters. Her color was that of a quadroon; very good figure, she was rather tall and slim. See also Thomas C.
In the s the legislature and courts of Louisiana tried to curb manumission, eliminate such states of "quasi-slavery" as in futuro emancipation, enforce a stricter segregation of social relations between black and white especially drinking, gambling, and dancingand regulate the public behavior of free people of color and slaves more vigilantly.
And in the months between her escape and her trial, she passed through the households of a of nonslaveholding white men.
The suspect walked through the store and placed several food items inside a black bag. Fogel and Stanley L.
Hall, a spectator in the courtroom, as having high cheekbones? A Louisiana-born cotton sampler living in the household of an Irish shoemaker was the jury's foreman. Present in the courtroom, Morrison consented, and the jury returned to announce that it had voted 10 to 2 in her favor.
And, indeed, even as prosperous Lighhtskined were spending thousands of dollars at a time to buy near-white slaves to work in their households, they were employing increasing mqle of whites and those, like the Irish, who were in the process of becoming white as wage laborers, tenant farmers, and domestic servants. It was not unheard of in the antebellum South for people who were legally enslaved to live as free for many make before being dragged into court as slaves.
The fantasies they projected onto their slaves' bodies served them as public reflections of their own discernment: they were the arbiters of bearing and beauty; their slaves were the showpieces of their pretensions; their own whiteness was made apparent in the bodies of the people they bought.
Though that fantasy was particularly associated with the notorious "fancy trade" to New Orleans, the sale of light-skinned women for sex or companionship occurred all over the South. That the children were listed as mulatto like their mother and that the only enslaved man in the household was not suggests that their father was white—perhaps Moses Morrison or one of the men who boarded with him.
Martin, the dealer who brokered the sale of Morrison to White, testified that "from the appearance of the girl" he nevertheless judged "that she has African Blood. Indeed, to try to slip an apparently white black slave like Alexina Morrison across the color line was to lend support to the most toxic of abolitionism's many heresies, the claim that the hold of slavery on the southern states might be attenuated through gradual racial "amalgamation.
She was, after all, a young woman who had probably been trained in the slave market to embody the gentility and patriarchy of the slaveholding households to which nonslaveholders such as Clawson would have been admitted only as occasional and awkward interlopers.
As they attempted to make sed invisible visible, White's lawyers remained vulnerable to the impervious confidence of men such as P. Cannon, was it at a ball? But Morrison did not claim to be liminal, she claimed to be white, and in Se Parish in the s that seems to have made all the difference in the world. One Saturday afternoon, I was chilling with my girl friends Rachel and. White, a suit in which the slave sued the slave trader, illuminates the complexity of the relation between the economic system of slavery and the ideology of white supremacy by which it was increasingly justified.
Alexina Morrison's case, then, went to the jury at a time when Louisiana was rebalancing the of southern social life by gradually abolishing the very liminal spaces from which she seems to have emerged. In the slave market, the whiteness that Mael Morrison would eventually try to turn against her slavery was daily measured, packaged, and sold at a very high price.
And could white people become slaves? Of the twelve men on the jury, only two appear in the censuses of Jefferson or Orleans Parish for both and Before it was settled, that suit would be considered by three different juries, be put before the Louisiana Supreme Court twice, and leave a lasting record of the complicated politics of race and slavery in the South of the s.
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