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Birmingham Connecting Histories:

This online guide to antislavery in Birmingham aims to show images and arguments that act as creative starting points in provoking your own personal ideas and research, and illustrate how local archives can help you navigate an ongoing journey between the present and the past

http://www.connectinghistories.org.uk/Learning%20Packages/Anti%20Slavery/antislavery_lp_01.asp

CASBAH

An extensive database of academic reports and articles relating to Caribbean Studies and the history of Black and Asian peoples in the UK

http://www.casbah.ac.uk/

The National Archives

Abolition of Slavery

Public records and online resources relating to the slave trade, Caribbean history and migration to Britain.

http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/slavery/

Parliament and the British Slave Trade

To mark the bicentenary, the Parliamentary Archives has digitised a wealth of archival material which provides evidence of the issues, processes and people at the heart of Parliament's relationship with the slave trade.

http://www.parliament.uk/slavetrade

Royal Geographical Society

The Unlocking the Archives project aims to provide full public access to the Royal Geographical Society's heritage collections.

http://www.unlockingthearchives.rgs.org/

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