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Abolition

African-American Mosaic Exhibit: Aboliton (Collection of mosaics relating to slavery and abolition.) (Library of Congress)

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Anti-Slavery Movement (encyclopedia entry)

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Aronowitz's Abolition Page (Resources include history of the movement, art, primary texts, et al.) (Mark Aronowitz)

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British History, The Slave Trade (required curriculum in UK)

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Excerpts from Slave Narratives (Collection of transcriptions from slaves.) (Steven Mintz)

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Slavery Bibliography, Part 1 (Comprehensive bibliography of slavery and abolition texts.) (Steven Mintz)

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Slavery Bibliography, Part 2 (Comprehensive bibliography of slavery and abolition texts.) (Steven Mintz)

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Thomas Clarkson (encyclopedia entry)

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James Williams, A Narrative of Events Since the First of August, 1834 (online transcription, sponsored by NEH) (Natalie Smith)

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The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, N.Y. City (Collection of abolition and slavery course-related resources.) (Steven Mintz)

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David Brion Davis & Steven Mintz, (Gilder Lehrman Institute) "The Origins and Nature of New World Slavery" (2-week seminar at the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, N.Y. City. Indirectly relates to abolition.)

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Emancipation Debate (Notes on the abolition debate, including Thomas Canning's speaking on behalf of emancipation.) (Laura Mandell)

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Studies in the World History of Slavery, Abolition and Emancipation (Online journal.) (Patrick Manning & John Saillant)

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Matthew Lewis on Colonial Slavery (Quotes from the slaveholder Matthew Lewis on slavery, which he sees as offering better conditions than those of laborers in England.) (Laura Mandell)

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Confessions of Nat Turner, 1831 (HTML transcription of the text of the leader of the famed slave revolt. Important as a abolition text.) (American Revolution HTML Project)

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Mary Prince, The History of Mary Prince, a West Indian Slave. (edited Electronic Edition of The History of Mary Prince, a West Indian Slave. Related by Herself. With a Supplement by the Editor. To Which Is Added, the Narrative of Asa-Asa, a Captured African; funded by NEH.) (LeeAnn Morawski)

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Jupiter Hammon, "An Address to the Negroes in the State of New York" (1787 (Text-only transcription of the text.) (U. Virginia)

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Ashton Warner, Negro Slavery Described (online edition sponsored by NEH) (Natalia Smith)

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Conflict of Abolition and Slavery (Collection of mosaics relating to the abolition movement.) (Library of Congress)

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Abolition

Influence of Prominent Abolitionists (Collection of mosaics realting to abolition and the influence of certain abolitionists including Garrison, et al.) (Library of Congress)

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American Revolution

From Revolution to Reconstruction (Comphensive site on American history, including much on the American Revolution.) (American Revolution HTML Project)

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Analytical Review

Analytical Review (Notes on the Analytical Review.) (Laura Mandell)

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Anglicans

David Cody, (Hartwick C.) The Church of England (Brief history of the Anglican church, including some information about doctrinal differences with other sects.) (George P. Landow)

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Anne Stuart

Anne (History of Anne Stuart, including basic information about the political situation of the time.) (Brittania Internet Magazine)

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Anthologies

Anthologies of the Romantic Period (This page collects information about many anthologies published during the Romantic period of which the tables of contents can be found on line.) (Laura Mandell)

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Elizabeth Acton

Eliza Acton's Poems (Complete transcription of Acton's text, including reproduction of the original title page and other resources.) (British Women Romantic Poets Project)

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Jane Austen

Comments on Mansfield Park (Comments collected by Jane Austen herself.) (Henry Churchyard)

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Jane Austen

Jane Austen, Biography: Life (1775-1817) and Family (Henry Churchyard)

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Jane Austen

Jane Austen Information Page (Remarkable page of Austen resources.) (Henry Churchyard)

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Jane Austen

Jane Austen's Art and her Literary Reputation (Henry Churchyard)

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Jane Austen

Ostentatious Jane's Page (Includes links to Jane Austen resources, including zipped version of the novels.) (jane@hunterlink.net.au)

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Jane Austen

Pride and Prejudice -- Notes on Education, Marriage, (Notes on English society in Jane Austen's time.) (Henry Churchyard)

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Jane Austen

Selective Jane Austen Bibliography (Henry Churchyard)

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Jane Austen

Singular "Their" in Jane Austen: Anti-Pedantry Page (Includes examples of grammar from Austen novels that would be considered incorrect by prescripitivist grammar scholars.) (Henry Churchyard)

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Jane Austen

The American Society of Jane Austen Scholars (Links to electronic journals.) (American Society of Jane Austen Scholars)

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Jane Austen

Portraits of Jane Austen, etc. (Henry Churchyard)

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Jane Austen

The AUSTEN-L Mailing List (Home page of the Jane Austen electronic mailing list, including archives of discussions.) (Henry Churchyard)

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Jane Austen

Allusions to Books and Authors in Jane Austen's Writings (Henry Churchyard)

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Jane Austen

Jane Austen's Writings (Includes links and notes.) (Henry Churchyard)

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Jane Austen

Light Verse (Examples of light verse by Jane Austen.) (Jane Austen)

 

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