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Slavery in Arkansas

American chattel slavery was a unique institution that emerg
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Slavery in Charleston: A chronicle of human bondage in the Holy City

Charles Carleton Coffin would be haunted by the sight for th
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The Case for Ending Slavery

Slavery existed in the United States even before the United
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North American Slave Narratives

Narratives by fugitive slaves before the Civil War and by fo
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The South American slave trade

Histories of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade typically focus
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Children in the Slave Trade

From the 16th to the 18th centuries, an estimated 12 million
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Slaves in New England

The first African immigrants to the North American colonies
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Mapping Slavery in the Nineteenth Century

Commercial lithographer Henry S. Graham printed this choropl
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The United States Was Late to End Slavery

One hundred fifty years ago this December, the U.S. complete
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How Slavery Helped Build a World Economy

African peoples were captured and transported to the Americ
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Slavery in Texas

Texas was the last frontier of slavery in the United States.
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Slavery in the Capital

When the District of Columbia was established in 1800, the l
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