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Your Bibliography: Ball, Charles. I WAS BORN A SLAVE. 1st ed. Chicago, Illinios: Lawrence Hill Books, 1999. Print.
In-text: (Berlin, Favreau and Miller)
Your Bibliography: Berlin, Ira, Marc Favreau, and Steven F. Miller. REMEMBERING SLAVERY. New York: The New Press, 1996. Print.
Your Bibliography: BIOGRAPHY. FIGURE 6: Civil Rights Activist Malcolm X. 2019. Web. 5 Jan. 2020.
In-text: (Bryan, Dadzie and Scafe 6)
Your Bibliography: Bryan, Beverley, Stella Dadzie, and Suzanne Scafe. Heart Of The Race: Black Women's Lives In Britain. 2nd ed. Croydon: CPI Group (UK) Ltd, 2018. Print.
In-text: (Constitutional Center)
Your Bibliography: Constitutional Center, National. "The 15Th Amendment Of The U.S. Constitution." National Constitution Center – The 15th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. Web. 2 Jan. 2020.
In-text: (Constitutional Centre)
Your Bibliography: Constitutional Centre, National. "The 13Th Amendment Of The U.S. Constitution." National Constitution Center – The 13th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. Web. 2 Jan. 2020.
Your Bibliography: Deane, Phyllis. THE FIRST INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION. 2nd ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1979. Print.
Your Bibliography: Equiano, Olaudah. The Interesting Narrative Of The Life Of Olaudah Equiano, Or Gustavus Vassa, The African. New York: The Modern Library, 2004. Print.
Your Bibliography: FLASHBAK. Figure 5: Rubin Stacy’S Lynching - PA.2480694. 2014. Web. 5 Jan. 2020.
Your Bibliography: FOUNDATIONS. FIGURE 4: Sam Hose’S Lynching. 2014. Web. 5 Jan. 2020.
In-text: (Hendrickson III 763)
Your Bibliography: Hendrickson III, Kenneth E. The Encyclopedia Of The Industrial Revolution In World History. 2nd ed. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2015. Web. 20 Dec. 2019.
Your Bibliography: HISTORY. FIGURE 3: Slaves On A Cotton Field. 2019. Web. 5 Jan. 2020.
In-text: (Ida Blackshear Hutchinson 369-378)
Your Bibliography: Ida Blackshear Hutchinson, Ida. "SLAVE NARRATIVES: A Folk History Of Slavery In The United States From Interviews With Former Slaves." Federal Writers' Project 2.30710 (1938): 369-378. Print.
In-text: (Lester 23-50)
Your Bibliography: Lester, Julius. To BE A SLAVE. Suffolk, Great Britain: Puffin Books, 1984. Print.
Your Bibliography: Lynch, William. The Willie Lynch Letter. Chicago, IL: Lushena Books, 1999. Print.
In-text: (National Constitution Center)
Your Bibliography: National Constitution Center, Interactive Constitution. "The 14Th Amendment Of The U.S. Constitution." National Constitution Center – The 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. Web. 27 Dec. 2019.
In-text: (Northup 99-160)
Your Bibliography: Northup, Solomon. 12 YEARS A SLAVE. 1st ed. London: Sampson Low, Son and Company, 1853. Print.
In-text: (Parish 11-59)
Your Bibliography: Parish, Peter J. SLAVERY: The Many Faces Of A Southern Institution. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press (British Association for American Studies (BAAS), 1979. Print.
Bill of lading for trade goods shipped by Noblett Ruddock on the ship the Cornwall Gally from Bristol to Africa, 1719. Ruddock was a merchant of Bristol with many trading interests. He invested in the trading of slaves and dealt in slave-produced goods such as sugar and tobacco.
In-text: (PortCities Bristol)
Your Bibliography: PortCities Bristol. FIGURE 1: Bill Of Lading For Trade Goods. Web. 1 Dec. 2019.
‘Document: Bill of lading for a cargo shipped on the Juba from Old Calabar to West Indies in 1788. The cargo included 115 Males and 115 Females as well as ivory, palm oil and dyewood
In-text: (PortCities Bristol)
Your Bibliography: PortCities Bristol. FIGURE 2: Bill Of Lading For Cargo Of Juba-ID CO 107/2. Web. 1 Dec. 2019.
Your Bibliography: Randall, David. "'The Word "Wait!" Rings In The Ear Of Every Negro With Piercing." The Independent. N.p., 2013. Web. 1 Jan. 2020.
In-text: (Walvin 4-134)
Your Bibliography: Walvin, James. QUESTIONING SLAVERY. 1st ed. New York: Routledge, 1996. Print.
To-day, and for a long time to come, the fate of Africa is indissolubly linked with that of the white race. Africa will become what Europe and America make of it...the future of the African races will depend on the question and in what manner they are able to adapt themselves to the new conditions of life created by the white man’s activity in Africa.
Your Bibliography: Westermann, Diedrich. THE AFRICAN TODAY AND TOMORROW. London: Oxford University Press, 1939. Print.
Your Bibliography: Williams, Eric. CAPITALISM & SLAVERY. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1944. Print.
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