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Full Name: David Brion Davis
(1927-2019) Historian. David Brion Davis was born in Denver, Colorado, and died in Guilford, Connecticut.
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1927 (Unknown) County
David Brion Davis was born in Denver, Colorado, on February 16, 1927. 
1955 Tompkins County
Professor Davis taught at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, from 1955 to 1969. 
1966 (Unknown) County
The Problem Of Slavery In Western Culture
(Pub: Cornell University Press ISBN: 0801401011 / 978-0801401015)
Nonfiction winner of a Pulitzer Prize and a National Book Award finalist. 
1975 (Unknown) County
The Problem of Slavery In The Age Of Revolution, 1770-1823
(Pub: Cornell University Press ISBN: 978-0801408885)
Nonfiction winner of the National Book Award and the Bancroft Prize. 
2014 (Unknown) County
The Problem Of Slavery In The Age Of Emancipation
(Pub: Cornell University Press ISBN: 978-0801408885)
Nonfiction winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award. 
2006 (Unknown) County
Inhuman Bondage: The Rise And Fall Of Slavery In The New World
(Pub: Oxford University Press ISBN: 0195140737 / 978-0195140736)
1957 (Unknown) County
Homicide In American Fiction, 1798-1860: A Study In Social Values
(Pub: Cornell University Press ISBN: )
1984 (Unknown) County
Slavery And Human Progress
(Pub: Oxford University Press ISBN: 0195034392 / 978-0195034394)
2001 (Unknown) County
In The Image Of God: Religion, Moral Values, And Our Heritage Of Slavery
(Pub: Yale University Press ISBN: 0300088140 / 978-0300088144)
2019 (Unknown) County
David Brion Davis died at a care facility in Guilford, Connecticut, on April 14, 2019. 
1969 (Unknown) County
The Slave Power Conspiracy and the Paranoid Style
(Pub: Louisiana State University Press ISBN: )
1986 (Unknown) County
From Homicide To Slavery: Studies In American Culture
(Pub: Oxford University Press ISBN: 0195040899 / 978-0195040890)
1990 (Unknown) County
Revolutions: Reflections on American Equality and Foreign Liberations
(Pub: Harvard University Press ISBN: 0674768051 / 978-0674768055)

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