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This volume contains information regarding a voyage of the ship Fox, a 146 ton brigantine that left Liverpool on March 8, 1774. The ship stopped first in the Cameroons, West Africa, where 148 African people were enslaved and brought aboard. The ship…
This print is a dramatized display of slave master and slave interactions in a southern plantation home.
A Statement of the Exports from Charleston (S.C.) of the Crop of 1784, Beginning December 3, 1784, and Ending Nov. 19, 1785.
This is a statement documenting agricultural exports from Charleston, including indigo, rice, and tobacco. Slaves are also included.
This image of the slave ship Brookes was one of the first images of slavery to which Western societies were exposed. It shows the inhumane conditions that enslaved people had to endure. Note the lack of space and lack of means to dispose of human…
This chart illustrates the volume of voyages that left from major African ports over time.
A Tour from Gibraltar to Tangier, Sallee, Mogodore, Santa Cruz, Tarudant; and Thence Over Mount Atlas to Morocco: Including a Particular Account of the Royal Harem, Etc
This account shows the medical beliefs in Morocco surrounding leprosy, particularly in the enslaved Moor population.
A collection of slave songs from the United States.
This resource is a political cartoon that shows the reversed rolls of the slave and master, showcasing the brutality of the slave master.
Audio Guide for Panel 1 of Voices from the Great War