Overview of auction houses and slave jails. Digital Scholarship Lab, University of Richmond.
Database of fugitives from North American slavery.
Identifying enslaved persons and their owners, as early as 1525 and ending during the Civil War by John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
Open access repository on enslaved people in the Atlantic World.
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization's work on research, teaching, identification, preservation and promotion of sites of memory related to the slave trade and slavery.
Open source collaboration led by Scholastica of slave narratives and interviews.
Vanderbilt University digitazation project related to Africans, Afro-descended peoples, Chinese and indigenous groups. Over 500,000 documents from Brazil, Colombia, Cuba and the U.S.
Interactive map by Lincoln Mullen, using U.S. Census Data.
Records of some 36,000 slaving expeditions 1514-1866 found in archives and libraries throughout the Atlantic world.
By Washington University Libraries and the Missouri State Archives.
The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture and the American Antiquarian Society.
Performance/film production, Nov. 8-9, 2019, artist Dread Scott's reimagined German Coast Uprising of 1811, outside of New Orleans.
In 1870, Rev. Samuel Joseph May's materials went to Cornell U. Library, documenting anti-slavery struggles. Sermons, position papers, offprints, newsletters, anthologies, freedmen's testimonies, broadsides, and Anti-Slavery Fair keepsakes document the abolitionist movement.
First person narratives, legal proceedings & decisions, anti-slavery tracts, religious sermons, and early secondary works from Millersville University & Dickinson College libraries
Monroe Nathan Work (1866-1945) founded Dept. of Records & Research at Tuskegee Institute. Site has update of Monroe Work's legacy using modern tools to list again every known lynching. Site updates Work's legacy using modern tools to list & map every known lynching.
Exhibit on 1931 trial of 9 young men falsely accused of rape, from the Scottsboro Boys Museum & Cultural Center and University of Alabama.
By students and faculty at Mississippi State University.
Biographical accounts of enslaved Africans in the Atlantic world, 16th-19th century.