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  • DeWolf, Charles, b. 1695 -- Family.
  • Slave trade -- New England -- History.
  • Slave trade -- Africa, West -- History.
  • Slave trade -- Cuba -- History.
  • United States -- Race relations -- History.
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    Traces of the trade [DVD videorecording] : a story from the deep North / California Newsreel presents ; Ebb Pod Productions LLC ; directed, produced & written by Katrina Browne ; co-directed, edited & written by Alla Kovgan ; co-director & executive producer, Jude Ray ; co-producer & executive producer, Elizabeth Delude-Dix ; co-producer, Juanita Brown.
    [San Francisco, Calif.] : California Newsreel, c2008.
  • DeWolf, Charles, b. 1695 -- Family.
  • Slave trade -- New England -- History.
  • Slave trade -- Africa, West -- History.
  • Slave trade -- Cuba -- History.
  • United States -- Race relations -- History.
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    Browne, Katrina.
    Kovgan, Alla.
    DeWolf, Thomas Norman, 1954- Inheriting the trade.
    Ebb Pod Productions.
    California Newsreel (Firm)
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    1 videodisc (86 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
    [Widescreen format].
    Originally produced as a documentary film in 2008.
    Complements: Inheriting the trade : a Northern family confronts its legacy as the largest slave-trading dynasty in U.S. history / Thomas Norman DeWolf. Boston : Beacon Press, c2008.
    Special features (82 min.): Also includes an abridged version of the film (51 min.); extended interviews with Prof. Ronald W. Bailey & Prof. Joanne Pope Melish (10 min.), Prof. Joanne Pope Melish (12 min.), Prof. Robert Addo-Fening (8 min.), Prof. Maria del Carmen Barcia (12 min.), Prof. Glenn Loury (12 min.) & Prof. Charles Ogletree (9 min.); interviews with Browne (14 min.) & Rev. Frank Griswold (5 min.); printable materials (discussion guides for each version of the film & a collection of companion essays, all in PDF format).
    "Licensed for institutional use, except for faith-based groups, which can purchase the DVD ..."--Container.
    In English.
    Filmmaker Katrina Browne discovers that her New England ancestors were the largest slave-trading family in U.S. history. She and nine cousins retrace the Triangle Trade and gain a powerful new perspective on the black/white divide.
    DeWolf descendants appearing in the film: Katrina Browne, Keila DePoorter, Tom DeWolf, Holly Fulton, Elly DeWolfe Hale, Ledlie Laughlin, Dain Perry, James DeWolf Perry VI, Jim DeWolf Perry V, Elizabeth Sturges Llerena.
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    Paynesville Public Library(F) DVD Collection306.362 TraChecked Out03/03/2016Video Resource Collection - DigitalRequest This Copy
    St. Cloud Public Library(F) DVD Collection306.362 TraCheck Shelves Video Resource Collection - DigitalRequest This Copy

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