Anti-Slavery History

A new project from the Boston Public Library invites you to help transcribe their collection of Anti-Slavery Manuscripts, and engage with history.

If you’re interested in more firsthand resources, you might like these accounts collected from formerly enslaved people in Virginia.

 

 

Weevils in the Wheat

Virginia Slave Narratives

These narratives were collected by the Federal Writers’ Project as a part of the New Deal during the Great Depression. You can view the full collection of accounts by visiting the Library of Congress collection Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers’ Project.

For more opportunities to help transcribe history, check out Making History: Transcribe from the Library of Virginia.

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