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World History: History of Enslavement

Resources for Ancient and Modern World History

History Databases

History

African American Experience - American Government - American History - U.S. Geography - Worlds At War - World Geography - World Religions - World History: Ancient & Medieval - World History: Modern Era

 

ABC-Clio Social Studies Databases 

  • African-American Experience
  • Modern World History
  • Geography in World History
Biography In Context 
 
Biography in Context (Gale)
 World History in Context provides a range of magazine, newspaper, journal articles and book chapters from a variety of publications.

Primary and Secondary Digital Resources

Primary Sources    

Newspapers/advertisements:

Chronicling America’s Libraries

Documents:

Songs:

Songs Related to Abolition from the Library of Congress 

Sounds of Slavery - Songs from Internet Archive

 

Images from the Library of Congress:

Voices of enslaved people:

More visual resources:

Secondary Sources    
New World Labor Systems - African Passage from Low Country Digital Library

“The Age of Abolition” - Biographical information about Abolitionists

Series of Videos on the Abolitionist Movement (PBS)

UNESCO - Africans Participation in the Slave Trade 

Videos on Slavery Resistance from PBS

General Overview Articles


 

General Overview Articles (cont.)

From the Annenburg Foundation: