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Slavery and Freedom in American History and Memory

Online Resources


The Revolution Gone Backward

Online Resources to supplement the April 27, 2007 workshop "The Revolution Gone Backward: The Memory of Reconstruction in African American Thought"

From Moral Suasion to Political Confrontation

Online Resources to supplement the February 27, 2007 workshop "From Moral Suasion to Political Confrontation: American Abolitionists and the Problem of Resistance "

General Online Resources on U.S. Slavery

An annotated list of online resources for the study and teaching of U.S. Slavery (Gilder Lehrman Center).

Slavery and Emancipation in Western Culture

Online Resources to supplement David Brion Davis's February 2, 2006, workshop "Slavery and Freedom in New England: The Colonial and Early Revolutionary Era"

A Voyage Through the Worlds of the Slave Trade

Online resources to supplement Robert Harms's March 15, 2006 lecture on his book The Diligent: A Voyage Through the Worlds of the Slave Trade

Slavery and Freedom in New England

Online Resources to supplement the April 1, 2006 workshop "Slavery and Freedom in New England: The Colonial and Early Revolutionary Era"