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HY243 Slavery and Antislavery Movements. Professor Ratchford.: Home

Secondary Sources

Finding Primary Sources

In addition to the databases and websites below, you might also wish to try Tutt Library's Primary Sources Online guide. 

You can find printed collections of primary sources in the catalog by searching for the keyword "sources" along with your subject keywords (i.e. "slavery" or "abolition"). Try this link for those items in the catalog with the subject Slavery -- United States -- History -- Sources.

PBS Slavery and the Making of America,

  • Contributions in print, film, and electronic media continue to expand our understanding of the impact slavery haon the men and women who lived it and the nation that it shaped. Explore some of these sources and broaden your perspective on this significant period in American history.
  • Resources Page ​ 

Brown University Library Center for Digital Scholarship
African American Sheet Music Collection

Amistad Research Center


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