By Topic Slavery in the Best of the Web UK Directory

By Topic Slavery

A Giant with One Idea

Online exhibition telling the story of Thomas Clarkson, one of the main architects of the anti-slavery movement.

Centre for the Study of International Slavery

Presents resources and research from this centre, part of the University of Liverpool.

Freedom for All

A project set up Scottish churches to mark the bicentenary of the abolition in 1807 of the slave trade in British colonies, and offer resources and information on the impact of slavery, slave trade and abolition on Scotland.

International Slavery Museum

Presents visitor information for this Liverpool museum, with information about events for International Slavery Remembrance Day. http://www.facebook.com/pages/International-Slavery-Museum/317641006820 slaverymuseum

National Archives: Abolition of Slavery

Features extensive materials from the national archives related to slavery and the abolition, including original sources, articles and research guides.

Parliament and the British Slave Trade 1600-1833

A collection of articles and online archive of resources about Parliament's relationship with the transatlantic slave trade, and the public campaign that finally abolished it.

Port Cities: Bristol

Examines Bristol's role in the transatlantic slave trade, with extensive documents, articles and photographs.

Revealing Histories

Explores Manchester's connections with the slave trade, offering articles and videos of past debates.

Slavery Timeline 1400 - 2003

Presents a timeline of historical, literary, and cultural events connected with British slavery, abolition, and emancipation between 1400 and 2003.

Thomas Clarkson (1760-1846)

Presents a biography of Thomas Clarkson, the anti-slavery campaigner and includes bibliography, links, and images.

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