2-3 page 12-point font double spaced paper due on Sunday, September 27th 2. Students are required to have three sources: Revel textbook, Blassingame, and Booker T. Washington’s Slave Narrative. Use Kate Turabian documentation style to cite sources throughout the paper (link to the slave narrative) As historical documents, slave narratives chronicle the evolution of white supremacy in the South from eighteenth-century slavery through early twentieth-century segregation and disfranchisement. As autobiographies these narratives give voice to generations of black people who, despite being written off by white southern literature, still found a way to bequeath a literary legacy of enormous collective significance to the South and the United States. Expected to concentrate primarily on eye-witness accounts of slavery, many slave narrators become eye-witnesses as well, revealing their struggles, sorrows, aspirations, and triumphs in compellingly personal story-telling.