Slavery, Abolition and Social Justice, 1490-2007 pulls together digitized source material from archives around the world relating to the history of slavery with a focus on the various forms slavery has taken around the globe, abolition movements, and the legacy of slavery. Primary sources include manuscripts, government publications, court records, pamphlets, books, maps, images, testimonials and voyage logs. Includes materials produced in Africa, Europe, Southeast Asia, the Caribbean, North America and South America, as well as thematic companion essays and historical timelines. Appropriate for undergraduate, graduate and faculty teaching and research purposes.
Tutorials available: http://www.slavery.amdigital.co.uk/FurtherResources/Tutorials/Tutorialslanding.aspx
Primary sources include manuscripts government publications, court records, pamphlets, books, maps, images, testimonials and voyage logs. Includes thematic companion essays.
Type of coverage
Full text and image database.
Vendor/electronic presentation provider
Adam Matthew Digital