Diana Paton writes:
Excerpts from David Walker’s Appeal, In Four Articles: Together With A Preamble To The Coloured Citizens Of The World, But In Particular, And Very Expressly, To Those Of The United States Of America (1829) via Africans in America:
A digital resource from 2003, hosted by the Murray County Museum and compiled by Herman McDaniel, excerpting WPA ex-slave interviews that reference the Vanns, a Cherokee slaveholding family from the 19th century:
Resources on the U.S. Domestic Slave Trade compiled by researchers at the Schomburg via In Motion: The African American Migration Experience.
Digital project mapping Frederick Douglass’s life in Baltimore:
via the Historic New Orleans Collection:
Community Change, Inc. runs a digital project on David Walker and David Walker’s Appeal:
Jonathan Ned Katz and Tavia Nyong’o analyze the print material generated by the case of Mary Jones/Peter Sewally:
Jonathan Ned Katz analyzes the case of Mary Jones/Peter Sewally a sex worker of African descent arrested in 1830s New York:
Available for free.