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Whips in Antebellum South and Kindred

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Transcript of Whips in Antebellum South and Kindred

Motivations


- honor
- control/power

Justification
- "efficiency" and discipline
Relation to Kindred Cont.
Scars
- emotional and physical on individual and community
Relation to Kindred
Becomes accustomed
- learns how to endure to survive
Whips in the Antebellum South and Kindred
Excerpt from Civil War Harper's Weekly, July 4, 1863 "The treatment of the slaves, they say, has been growing worse and worse for the last six or seven years. Flogging with a leather strap on the naked body is common; also, paddling the body with a hand-saw until the skin is a mass of blisters, and then
breaking the blisters with the teeth of the saw."
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