Amistad America's Atlantic Freedom Tour."
The Freedom Schooner Amistad, replica of the original
ship that was commandeered by Africans who had been
captured in 1839, retraces the Middle Passage of
the slave trade on its 2007-2008 Atlantic Freedom
Tour. The interactive website records events of
this historic transatlantic voyage and provides
travelogues / blogs, tour information, historical
aspects, media gallery and resources for teachers
of Slavery." National Archives of the
Comprehensive information resource containing research
guides, online resources and links to material for
of the Transatlantic Slave Trade
Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture.
This website provides resources for exploring the
various dimensions and consequences, and the impact
of decisions made and actions taken or not taken
on four continents two centuries ago. It offers
insights into the slave trade to the United States,
African resistance, abolitionism, the U.S. Constitution
and the Slave Trade Acts, 19th century African-American
celebrations of the 1807 Act, the illegal slave
trade, the campaign to revive the trade, and the
end of the Africans’ deportation.
Gathers essays, articles, books, maps, illustrations
and many more links to resources on the topic.
Migration to the New World: The Trans-Atlantic Slave
." University of Calgary
A chapter in a broader web resources on the Peopling
North America: Population Movements & Migration
that provides an historical overview of migratory
Anniversary of the Abolition of the Trans-Atlantic
." CARICOM Secretariat.
Contains links to the documents of the African Diaspora
Global Conference : Caribbean Regional Consultation,
27-28 August 2007, speeches and news releases.
the Silence : The Transatlantic Slave Trade Education
Launched in 1998, it aims to break the silence surrounding
the Transatlantic Slave Trade, while forging new
triangular links between over 120 ASPnet schools
in 22 countries in Africa, the Americas, the Caribbean
St Barth | Histoire de Saint-Barthélemy
Comité de Liaison et d'Application des Sources
Educational website on resources dedicated
to the history of Saint-Barthélemy focusing
on slave trade, slavery, and its abolition.
National Library and Information System Authority
of Trinidad and Tobago.
Website has many sections including: the TriangularTrade,
the Abolition of the Slave Trade, Haiti: the First
Black Republic, Slavery and Emancipation in Trinidad
and Tobago, Slave Deeds, etc.
." National Museums Liverpool.
Explores both the historical and contemporary aspects
of slavery, addresses the many legacies of the slave
trade and tells stories of bravery and rebellion
amongst the enslaved people.
We Forget : The Triumph Over Slavery
Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture and
the Unesco Slave Route Project.
Website and travelling version of an exhibition
which focuses on the centrality of the slave trade
in the making of the modern world.
: The African Background of American Culture Through
the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
Collection of bibliographies and other resources
on the transatlantic slave trade. Also contains
syllabi used in teaching African and African-American
history and studies and related courses.
The project was officially launched at the First
Session of the International Scientific Committee
of the Slave Route in September 1994 in Ouidah (Benin).
Website comprises many resources, features, Unesco's
programmes around the project, news items and more.
Available in English, French and Spanish.
Trade : A Select Bibliography
Library of Jamaica.
Prepared in commemoration of the 200th anniversary
of the abolition of the slave trade, the website
provides links to historical documents and information.
This Project was launched in 1999 with the aim of
improving access to, and safeguarding of, original
documents related to the transatlantic slave trade
and slavery throughout the world. Part of the UNESCO
Memory of the World programme.
Videoconference on the Transatlantic Slave Trade
Live videoconference on March 2010, during which
high school students assembled at United Nations
Headquarters in New York have the opportunity to
interact with peers worldwide who have been studying
the transatlantic slave trade. The event is webcast
and students around the world participate by sending
comments and questions. Includes a study guide.
traite négrière transatlantique, l’esclavage
colonial et leurs abolitions
Resources on the transatlantic slave trade.
Enslavement" Anti-Slavery International.
Resources that help, teach, raise awareness and
encourage study of the Transatlantic Slave Trade.
Contains 2 separate sites- "Breaking the Silence"
aimed at teachers and educators and "Recovered
Histories", a collection of digitized histories
of 18th and 19th century literature on the Transatlantic
Transatlantic Slave Trade." Schomburg
Center for Research in Black Culture.
One of the 13 defining migrations of the website
Motion: The African-American Migration Experience.
Contains a narrative, illustrations, research resources,
maps and lesson plans.
Slavery : Selected Bibliography." Smithsonian
Institution Libraries, Anacostia Museum and Center
for African American History & Culture.
Includes sections on the transatlantic slave trade,
historiography, songs and music, women, etc.
The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Database."
This website contains records from four centuries
of trans-Atlantic slaving voyages (nearly 35,000
voyages, or approximately 82 percent of the total
trans-Atlantic trade). Additional resources on the
Voyages website include an Estimates Database for
analyzing figures for the total volume of trade,
and an African Names Database offering rare details
of Africans liberated from slaving vessels in the
early nineteenth century.