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Newspaper & Magazine Archives
Slave Resistance & Rebellion Digital Archives
Revolution and Abolition in Haiti, 1791-1865
At UC Berkeley. Primary documents, information, and bibliography about the Haitian Revolution.
The Revolution in Saint-Domingue
This New York Public Library site also includes material on black French abolitionists.
Rediscovering the Haitian Declaration of Independence
This site documents a Duke graduate student's discovery of two copies of the Haitian Declaration of Independence in the British National Archives.
Nat Turner: A Troublesome Property
Links to resources around the PBS film on Nat Turner, including NPR interviews with historians and primary documents.
The Amistad Case
Primary documents on the Amistad case, as well as biographies of trial participants, essays, and information about film and theater productions based on the trials.
John Brown's Raid and American Memory
An exhibition from the Virginia Historical Society documenting John Brown's Raid through images and manuscripts in their collection.
Creativity and Resistance: Maroon Cultures in the Americas
Includes scholarly essays about maroonage in the U.S., the Caribbean and South America, and contemporary maroon art, music , dance and culture in the Americas.
Slave Resistance: A Caribbean Study. The Maroons
Essays on The Maroons, their culture, and their daily life.