Webliography Resources

Underground Railroad
Atlantic Slave Trade & Slave Life in the Americas: a Visual Record
Avalon Project at Yale University, Statutes Concerning Slavery
Avalon Project Yale University, Fugitive Slave Act of 1850
Benjamin Drew's Collection of Testimony of Slaves Who Escaped to Canada
Black Abolitionists Archive, University of Detroit/Mercy
Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936 to 1938 (Library of Congress)
Detroit's Underground Railroad & Historical sites
Digital Library on American Slavery
Documenting the American South, North American Slave Narratives
Frederick Douglass Papers at the Library of Congress
Freedom Narratives Collection (Testimonies of West Africans from the Era of Slavery)
Gilder Lehrman Center, Online Resources page
Harriet Tubman Resources page (Library of Congress)
Harriet Tubman, Underground Railroad (National Park Service)
I Will Be Heard! Abolitionism in America
Images of the Anti- Slavery Movement in Massachusetts
Language of Quilts (Codes, Signs & Symbols)
Levi Coffin House
National Museum of African American History & Culture, Searchable Museum
National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
Quilts in the Underground Railroad (Smithsonian)
Slave Narratives, Museum of the African American Diaspora
Slave Voyages, Trans Atlantic Slave Trade Database
Slavery and Freedom 1400-1877 (National Museum of African American History & Culture)
Slavery in America, a Resource Guide (Library of Congress)
Sojourner Truth, a Resource Guide (Library of Congress)
Underground Railroad (Encyclopedia of Detroit)
Underground Railroad and the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850, Primary Source Set (Digital Public Library of America)
Underground Railroad in Canada
Underground Railroad, African Slave Trade & the Middle Passage (PBS)
Underground Railroad, Experiences (National Park Service)
Underground Railroad, List of Historic sites (NPS)
Underground Railroad: Journey to Freedom, History Resources (from the NPS)
Voices Remembering Slavery: Freed People Tell Their Stories (Library of Congress, Audio Interviews)
What is the Underground Railroad? (from the National Park Service)