Philip J. Schwarz
Director, Stratford Hall Seminar on Slavery
Scholarly Articles and Essays
"'To Conciliate the Jarring Interests': William Smith, Thomas Hutchinson,
and the Massachusetts-New York Boundary, 1771-73." New York
Historical Society Quarterly 59 (1975): 299-319.
"Clark T. Moorman, Quaker Emancipator." Quaker History 69 (1980): 27-35.
"Gabriel's Challenge; Slaves and Crime in Late Eighteenth-Century Virginia." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 90 (1982): 283-309.
"Forging the Shackles: The Development of Virginia's Criminal Code for
Slaves." In Ambivalent Legacy: A Legal History of the South, David
Bodenhamer and James W. Ely, Jr., eds. (Jackson, Miss., 1984), 125-46. Reprinted in Paul Finkelman, ed. Articles on American Slavery 18 vols.
(New York, 1988), XI, no. 17.
"The Transportation of Slaves from Virginia." Slavery and Abolition 7 (1986): 3-28.
"Emancipators, Protectors, and Anomalies: Free Black Slaveowners in Virginia."
of History and Biography
"Crime," in Dictionary of Afro-American Slavery, Randall M. Miller and John David Smith, eds. (New York, 1988), 158-63.
"'A Sense of Their Own Power': Self-Determination in Recent Writings on
Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
"Peter Vivian Daniel," solicited biographical sketch in A Biographical
Dictionary of U.S. Supreme Court Justices, Melvin I. Urofsky, ed.
(Westport, Conn., 1994).
"Virginia" and "The Virginia Society for the Abolition of Slavery," in the Macmillan Encyclopedia of World Slavery. New York, 1998.
"The Gilliams' Dilemma." In Afro-Virginian History & Culture , ed. John Saillant. New York, 1999.
Twice Condemned: Slaves and the Criminal Laws of Virginia, 1705-1865
. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1988.
Slave Laws in Virginia. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1996.
Migrants Against Slavery: Virginians and the Nation. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 2001.
Editor, Slavery at the Home of George Washington. Mount Vernon:
Mount Vernon Ladies' Association, 2001.