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Introduction : sites of slavery -- Freedom in a bondsmaid's arms : Sally Hemings, Thomas Jefferson, and the persistence of African-American memory -- The milder and more amusing phases of slavery : Uncle Tom's cabin and black satire -- A race of angels : (trans) nationalism, African-American tourism, and the slave forts -- What have we done to weigh so little on their scale : African American reparations and the moral economy of memory -- Epilogue the president's house, freedom, and slavery in the age of Obama