Schweninger

Schwen·in·ger

(shwān'ing-ĕr),
Ernst, German dermatologist, 1850-1924. See: Schweninger-Buzzi anetoderma, Schweninger method.
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Hartman, Scenes of Subjection: Terror, Slavery, and Self-Making in Nineteenth-Century America (New York, New York and Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press, 1997); John Hope Franklin and Loren Schweninger, Runaway Slaves: Rebels on the Plantation (Oxford, United Kingdom and New York, New York: Oxford University Press, 1999; 2000), 149-181; Stephanie M.
Agents: Elaine Schweninger, Town Real Estate; Frances Katzen (pictured) and Nicole Kriniek, Douglas Elliman.
Schweninger, Lee, "Myth Launchings and Moon Landings: Parallel Realities in Susan Power's The Grass Dancer.
Other hires from Elliman include Adam Taylor, Kelly Robinson, Elaine Schweninger, Leah Ozeri-Elias and Terry Lautin.
24) Loren Schweninger, "Slave Independence and Enterprise in South Carolina, 1780-1865," South Carolina Historical Magazine 93, no.
For example, see Collins 1904, Bancroft 1931, Franklin 1967, Tushnet 1981, Phillips [1918] 1990, Franklin and Schweninger 1999, and Johnson 1999.
Also see Loren Schweninger, "Doctor Jack: A Slave Physician on the Tennessee Frontier," Tennessee Historical Quarterly 57, no.
This was in 1838, two years before his youngest daughter, Fannie Richards, was born (Reid, 1996; Katzman, 1973; Schweninger, 2001).
See for example, Emily West, Chains of Love: Slave Couples in Antebellum South Carolina (Urbana, IL, 2004); Wilma Dunaway, The African-American Family in Slavery and Freedom (New York, 2003); Hudson, To Have and To Hold; and Loren Schweninger, "A Slave Family in the Antebellum South.
Franklin and Schweninger this year published "In Search of the Promised Land," a study of a slave family in the Old South.
In Search of The Promised Land: A Slave Family in the Old South, with Loren Schweninger, Oxford University Press September 2005, $20, ISBN 0-195-16087-8

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