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References Barber, John

References Barber, John W. A History of the Amistad Captives: Being Circumstantial Account of the Captives of the Capture of the Spanish Schooner by the Africans on Board; Their Voyage and Capture near Long Island, New York; With Biographical Sketches of Each of the Surviving Africans; Also, An Account of the Trials had on their Case, Before the District and Circuit Courts of the United States for the District of Connecticut. New Haven, CT: E.L. & J.W. Barber, 1840. Gehman, Mary. The Free People of Color of New Orleans: An Introduction, 5th ed. Donaldsonville, LA: Margaret Media, Inc., 2009. Hine, Darlene Clark, William C. Hine, and Stanley Harrold. African Americans: A Concise History, 2nd ed. New Jersey: Pearson, 2006. Hine, Darlene Clark, William C. Hine, and Stanley Harrold. African Americans: A Concise History, 5th ed. New Jersey: Pearson, 2014. Hine, Darlene Clark, William C. Hine, and Stanley Harrold. African-American Odyssey, 6th ed. New Jersey: Pearson, 2014. Lawrance, Benjamin Nicholas. Amistad’s Orphans: An Atlantic Story of Children, Slavery, and Smuggling. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2015. Oxford Dictionaries. Colour Oxford Dictionary & Thesaurus. Online: Oxford Univ Press, 2011. Painter, Nell I. Creating Black Americans: African-American History and Its Meanings, 1619 to the Present. New York: Oxford University Press, 2007. Stroud, George M. A Sketch of the Laws Relating to Slavery in the Several States of the United States of America, 1st ed. Philadelphia: Kimber and Sharpless, 1827. Thomas, Hugh. The Slave Trade: The Story of the Atlantic Slave Trade, 1440-1870. New York, NY: Simon & Schuster, 1999. Thrasher, Albert. On To New Orleans! The Slave Uprising in St. John the Baptist and St. Charles Parish, 1811. New Orleans: Albert Thrasher, 1994. 26

The Amistad Research Center’s History The Amistad Research Center was established by the United Church Board for Homeland Ministries at Fisk University in 1966 to house the historical records of the American Missionary Association. In 1969, Amistad became an independent non-profit organization, and the following year, it relocated to New Orleans. The Center was housed at various institutions before finding its permanent location on the campus of Tulane University, where the Center has resided since 1987. From its beginnings as the first archives documenting the modern civil rights movement, Amistad has experienced considerable expansion and its mission continues to evolve. The history of slavery, race relations, ethnic communities, and the social justice movements have received new and thoughtprovoking interpretations as the result of scholarly and community research using Amistad’s resources. The holdings include the papers of artists, educators, authors, business leaders, clergy, lawyers, factory workers, farmers and musicians. At Amistad, you will find more than 800 collections, including 15 million original manuscripts and rare documents, 250,000 photographs, 25,000+ books, periodicals, and newspapers; 8000+ sound recordings and moving images, and 400 works of art. The Amistad Research Center is committed to collecting, preserving, and providing open access to original materials that reference the social and cultural importance of America’s ethnic and racial history, the African Diaspora, human relations, and civil rights. Mission SLAVERY & ABOLITION CURRICULUM GUIDE 27

Resources for Schools - National Museums Liverpool
museum guide and floorplan - National Museums Liverpool
The wealth of Africa The Slave Trade - British Museum
Abolition A History of Slavery and Antislavery - caring labor: an archive
Slavery in the Lower Hudson Valley - The Journal News
Slavery Cause and Catalyst of the Civil War
'Human Cargo' education pack - Plymouth City Council
Politics and Political Change 1815-1832
24-page CURRICULUM GUIDE - New York Public Library
Gottfried Feder - Manifesto for the Abolition of Interest-Slavery
Abolition of the Slave Trade - Westminster City Council
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Slavery in America - Shri Adi Shakti: The Kingdom Of God
Debating Emancipation - President Lincoln's Cottage
23-27 Modern-day Slavery:Master Galley - Plain Truth Ministries
Lesson 14:Thomas Peters A Remarkable Man
Signal of Liberty. - Ann Arbor District Library