Museum of Slavery in the Atlantic
Designed as a "site of memory" to the enslavement of Africans in the Americas, this site is mainly narrative in nature, containing sections (some still under construction) on the origins of slavery, the middle passage, and slavery in the Americas. Its author is a history professor at Pennsylvania State University.
in the Americas, 1600-1800
Designed as an "instructional module," this site "explores the migrations of Europeans and Africans into the lands of the Native Americans. It documents the encounters of these peoples with each other and their further migrations
within the Americas from 1600 to 1800. It is organized around "evidence," "analysis," and historical narrative.
Slave Narratives: An Online Anthology
Samples from a WPA project (1936-38) interviewing ex-slaves. Narrative and pictorial, with some sound. Part of the American Hypertext Workshop at the University of Virginia.
A "topically-organized website about the study of the American West created and maintained
by Catherine Lavender of the Department of History, College of Staten Island, City University of New
York." Primary texts, resources, and links to other sites about unsettlement, settlement, and migration in the American west, with sections among others on Chicanos, African American, Asian American, women, and indigenous peoples in the West.
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