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The Domestic Slave Trade
The Domestic Slave Trade
Michael Tadman, University of Liverpool
Annual Report of the American Anti-Slavery Society (27th and 28th reports, 1860-61)
American Anti-Slavery Society (New York, 1860-61)
Slavery and the Internal Slave Trade in the United States of North America
Theodore Dwight Weld
T. Ward (London, 1841)
Progression Of The Slave Population In Selected Southern States (table)
Statistical view of the United States, embracing its territory, population - white, free colored, and slave - moral and social condition, industry, property and revenue
N/A
The Domestic Slave Trade in Mississippi and the Forks of the Road Slave Market at Natchez
H. Clark Burkett and Jim Barnett
Slavery in the United States: A Narrative of the Life and Adventures of Charles Ball, a Black Man
Charles Ball
John S. Taylor (New-York, 1837)
Interview with Ben Simpson
from Texas Narratives, Volume 16, Part 4
Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-1938
Prepared by the Federal Writers' Project (Washington D.C.)
Manifests of Slave Shipments Along The Waterways, 1808-1864
from Journal of Negro History, 27, no. 2 (1942)
Charles Wesley
Interview with Daniel Goddard
from South Carolina Narratives, Volume 14, Part 2
Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-1938
Prepared by the Federal Writers' Project (Washington D.C.)
Interview with Minerva Davis
from Arkansas Narratives, Volume 2, Part 2
Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-1938
Prepared by the Federal Writers' Project (Washington D.C.)
"With Agony In Their Hearts: Slaves and Forcible Separations"
from Speculators and Slaves: Masters, Traders, and Slaves in the Old South.
Michael Tadman
University of Wisconsin Press (Madison, 1996)
Interview with Mary Gaines
from Arkansas Narratives, Volume 2, Part 3
Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-1938
Prepared by the Federal Writers' Project (Washington D.C.)
Slave Life in Georgia: A Narrative of the Life, Sufferings, and Escape of John Brown, a Fugitive Slave, Now in England: Electronic Edition.
Brown, John, fl. 1854
MAY BE HAD ON APPLICATION TO THE EDITOR, AT No. 27, NEW BROAD STREET, AND OF ALL BOOKSELLERS. (LONDON:, 1855.)
American Slave Trade
Jesse Torrey
Reprinted by C. Clement and Published by J.M. Cobbett (London, 1882)
Interview with James Green
from Texas Narratives, Volume 16, part 2
Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-1938
Prepared by the Federal Writers' Project (Washington D.C., 1941)
Letters from A.J. McElveen to Z.B. Oakes, Bill of Sale for the slave named Harry
Unpublished letters for the collection of the Boston Public Library
Letter from Thomas Jefferson to Thomas Mann Randolph, Jr. on selling slaves, Philadelphia, February 13, 1792
Unpublished
Letter from Thomas Jefferson to Bowling Clarke on selling slaves, Monticello, September 21, 1792
Unpublished
Enclosure accompanying Letter from Thomas Jefferson to Bowling Clarke on selling slaves: Power of Attorney for Sale of Slaves, September 21, 1792
Unpublished
What became of the slaves on a Georgia plantation? : Great auction sale of slaves, at Savannah, Georgia, March 2d & 3d, 1859. A sequel to Mrs. Kemble's Journal.
Interview with Hanna Jones
from Missouri Narratives, Volume 10
Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-1938
Prepared by the Federal Writers' Project (Washington D.C., 1941)
Letters from Thomas Jefferson to Joel Yancey and to John Wayles Eppes on slave breeding
Unpublished
"Epilogue: Southern History and the Slave Trade"
from Soul by Soul: Life Inside the Antebellum Slave Market
Walter Johnson
Havard University Press (Cambridge, 1999)
Two family letters
from Families and Freedom: A Documentary History of African-American kinship in the Civil War Era
New Press (New York, 1997)
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