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The bald fact that a person has designated “white,” “black,” or any other type of skin “color” is not what is important: it is the way that person was treated because of the perceived color of their skin, whether privileged or denigrated, and the mechanisms informing the social construction of color in a given historical context, that is significant.
As Barbara Fields has shown us, the social interpretation of “race” has been of critical significance throughout Ameri can history because of the constant interaction among different types of people.1 “Race,” and how Americans of various sorts understood it, particularly in relation to slavery, is the subject of this essay.
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In the early modern period, when light-skinned Europeans started to come into regular contact with dark-skinned sub-Saharan Africans, they placed just as much significance on dress, religion, customs, language, and degree of civilization as they did on skin color.- Moreover, Mark Smith has recently argued that race was not only determined visually but could also be sensed by noses, ears, fingers, and even tongues.3 Clearly there were many different ways tor Europeans to mark the differences between themselves and the new peoples they encountered.
English trader Bartholomew Stibbs, visiting the Gambia River in 1723, remarked, without apparent irony, that the local inhabitants were “as Black as Coal; tho’ here, thro’ Custom, (being Christians) they account themselves White Men.”1 It was equally possible for whites to “go native” by adopting African lifestyles.
In the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, skin color was often perceived to be a simple result of the degree of exposure to the sun.
Each European nation might therefore be termed a specific “race”: Frenchmen, Italians, Germans, Englishmen; but sometimes there were additional races within a nation, such as Basques in Spain, or Bretons in France.
None of these “races” was classified according to physiognomy but more often, as Denis Hay and more recently Michael Adas have argued, on custom, history, language and.