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Cracking the Enigma: Codebreaking in World War II

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This educational module on Allied efforts to break Axis codes and cyphers during World War II. The information obtained from decoded messages proved essential to battlefield success and, ultimately, an Allied victory. Using a selection of primary…

Am I not a Man and a Brother?

This source exemplifies he collective abolitionist idea that slaves are men and humans too. Followed by a verse by J.G. Whittier, it shows a man kneeling asking for freedom.

Descripción de la costa de Salé que comprende desde Cavo Blanco

This is a map that shows the coast of Morocco between Casablanca and Salé.

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Round The Circle Of Buyers The Auctioneer Led The Slaves.

An illustration of a slave market in Marrakesh by British landscape and figure painter, Archibald Stevenson Forrest.

Watercolor reproductions of Forrest's oil paintings appeared in a series of travel books published by A & C Black in the early…

Condemnation of Slavery published in Philadelphia

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A photo of Benjamin Lay's publication of abolishing slavery and advocating for anti-slavery through Christian means.

Mumbet Court Records. Brom & Bett vs. J. Ashley Esq.

This is a link to the Mumbet Court Case where a slave girl used the Massachusetts State Constitution to sue for freedom.

Frederick Douglass appealing to President Lincoln and his cabinet

"Frederick Douglass appealing to President Lincoln and his cabinet to enlist Negroes," mural by William Edouard Scott, at the Recorder of Deeds building, built in 1943. 515 D St., NW, Washington, D.C.