Sylviane Diouf offers resources for learning more about Nat Turner and the Southampton Rebellion: Continue reading “Diouf on Nat Turner and More Resources for Research | Lapidus Center “
Slave and Free People of Color Baptismal Records in the Archives – Archdiocese of New Orleans Office of the Archives The acts in these registers were recorded in Spanish. The Spanish phonetic spelling of a surname often varied significantly from the French spelling. In addition, first names were Hispanicized: Etienne became Estevan; Jacques became Santiago; Elizabeth became Isabella, and Hélène became Elena. Surname spelling variations … Continue reading RESOURCE: Slave and Free People of Color Baptismal Records in the Archives – Archdiocese of New Orleans
Freedmen and Southern Society Project: Sample Documents [Reblogged from: Diaspora Hypertext, the Blog] Continue reading RESOURCE: Freedmen and Southern Society Project: Sample Documents
via Readex: In 1925 Carter G. Woodson and his Association for the Study of Negro Life and History created Negro History Week. A half century later, during the U.S. bicentennial, this formal period for recognizing African American contributions to our national history was expanded to a month. At that time President Gerald Ford asked Americans to “seize the opportunity to honor the too-often neglected accomplishments of … Continue reading DIGITAL/RESOURCES: Readex Highlights Five African-American History Collections
North Carolina’s African American heritage is rich and diverse. In slavery and in freedom, black residents Continue reading “RESOURCE: Timeline of African American History Across North Carolina”
Stuart Hall and C. L. R. James | In Conversation Continue reading VIDEO: Stuart Hall and C. L. R. James | In Conversation
via Prince William County, Virginia Digital Library “The latest addition to our Digital Library is Joan W. Peters’ work, Slave and Free Negro Records from the Prince William County Court Minute and Order Books, 1752-1763, 1766-1769, 1804-1806, 1812-1814, 1833-1865 (Broad Run, Va.: Albemarle Research, 1996). Click on the following link http://eservice.pwcgov.org/library/digitalLibrary/index.htm and find it under Historic Records, 1700-1800. It covers all mentions of African Americans … Continue reading WEB/SOURCE: Joan Peters’ Slave and Free Negro Records Digitized
Robert W. Fogel and Stanley L. Engerman. New Orleans Slaves Sale Sample, 1804-1862, compiled by Robert W. Fogel and Stanley L. Engerman, University of Rochester, 2008.
James W. Oberly, New Orleans Slave Sample, 1804-1862 [Instructional Materials], Ann Arbor, MI, 2002.
From The French Book Trade in Enlightenment Europe website:
The French Book Trade in Enlightenment Europe project uses database technology to map the trade of the Société Typographique de Neuchâtel (STN), a celebrated Swiss publishing house that operated between 1769 and 1794.
As the STN sold the works of other publishers alongside its own editions, their archives can be considered a representative source for studying the history of the book trade and dissemination of ideas in the late Enlightenment.
Using state of the art database, web interface and GIS technology, the project provides a user-friendly resource for use by scholars, teachers and students of French literature and history, book history, the Enlightenment and bibliography more generally…
Spanning nearly 5,000 years and documenting virtually all forms of media, the Image of the Black in Western Art Research Project and Photo Archive is an unprecedented research project devoted to the systematic investigation of how people of African descent have been perceived and represented in art. Started in 1960 by Jean and Dominique de Mänil in reaction to the continuing existence of segregation in … Continue reading DIGITAL: Image of the Black in Western Art Research Project and Photo Archive