@Book{ johnson1999,
    author = {Walter Johnson},
    title = {Soul by Soul: Life inside the Antebellum Slave Market},
    address = {Cambridge, Mass.},
    publisher = {Harvard University Press},
    year = 1999,

On “indigenous antislavery,” see p. 41-42, 219.

p. 51-52 for descriptions of slave yards in New Orleans

p. 71-77 - conversation and community formation among enslaved people caught up in the trade

p. 79: The Edward Russell quote from 1854: he spoke to a southerner who said: “Planters care for nothing but to buy Negroes to raise cotton & raise cotton to buy Negroes.”

p. 90–93: slaveholders’ desire to buy women to relieve white wives of household drudgery (whole section on white women involved in slave market ends on p. 102)

Pp. 191ff: adjustment of Upper South slaves to Lower South work