In 1803, when the international slave trade was abolished, American slave-owners kept the slave trade alive and well within the boundaries of our own country. In the 1930’s, long after slavery had been outlawed, the last of a generation of enslaved people were interviewed and, finally, their experience was given a voice. These are some of their stories - drawn from and interpreted from the Slave Narrative Collection.
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Primary Source Analysis Collection (20 Units)
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Road to Revolution
Articles of Confederation
Lewis and Clark
The Closing of the West