Collection of scholarly books and articles on American slavery, published before 1923.
Informational on slavery and the slave trade, includes archives, reparations information, and documents.
Resource for scholars and general audiences offering historical narratives, 8,300 illustrations and more than 60 maps, with three detailed sections on U.S. slavery.
Annotated guide to historical Web sites and online lesson plans on U.S. slavery aimed at history teachers and students.
Center at Yale University dedicated to the investigation and dissemination of knowledge concerning all aspects of chattel slavery and its destruction.
Documents and articles on the abolition of slavery in the U.S., including text of 19th-century speeches and some contemporary material.
Digitized texts and resources on antislavery literature of all kinds, from the U.S. and other countries, reflecting impact of antislavery writing on development of U.S. society.
Exploration of three 19th-century events in Virginia that focused America's attention on slavery: Gabriel's Conspiracy, Nat Turner's Rebellion, and John Brown's Raid on Harpers Ferry.
Excerpts from Equiano's slave autobiography, a best-seller of the 18th century that had a major impact on English and American public opinion.
Sound recordings of former slaves describing their lives, from the Library of Congress.