The Slave Trade. James Walvin is an expert guide to the origins, development, eventual abolition and legacies of the slave trade, focusing on the experiences of those who lived through slavery. By James Walvin. Available from Campbelltown campus library.
The Zong Massacre The Zong was a slave ship which was based out of Liverpool, England. On November 1781 while ten days away from Hispaniola, it was determined that a navigational error had been.
Frazier B. and Julia Baker were an African-American father and daughter who were burned alive in a house fire caused by a mob attack on February 22, 1898 in Lake City, Florence County, South Carolina. Frazier Baker was appointed postmaster of Lake City in 1897, but local whites objected and undertook a campaign to force his removal. Baker's wife and five other children survived.
The Freeman's Bureau. March 1865 The Freeman's Bureau was established by Congress on March The bureau was designed to protect the interests of former slaves. This included helping them to find new employment and giving them learning skills.