The Slave Trade A clearly organized and comprehensive collection of information about the Slave Trade. An excellent starting point with a great deal of material to examine.
Focus on the slave trade BBC news article from September 2001. A useful summary of the history of the slave trade and its impact upon the world. Includes a map. A good overview.
Abolition Acts of 1807 and 1833 - how did they affect slavery? A Learning Curve snapshot activity providing excellent primary source analysis that covers and explains important aspects related to slavery.
The Atlantic Slave Trade Experience the terror and of the Middle Passage.
The Middle Passage An interesting site that presents shocking information on the Middle Passage, and backs this up with accounts from different slaves who survived the ordeal.
Slavery in America A very clear and straightforward site offering some brief useful information together with an excellent collection of explained links to find out more.
Exploring Amistad Information and resources on the Amistad incident. Worth exploring as links provide material relevant to resistance, abolition and additional aspects.
The mystery of the portrait Investigation material about Olaudah Equiano.
A biography of William Wilberforce, a social reformer whose Christian faith led him to spend his political career campaigning to bring an end to slavery.
For more than 200 years Britain was at the heart of a lucrative transatlantic trade in millions of enslaved Africans. But by 1807 the practice had been banned. How did this happen?