Links

Links

Below you will find links from some of our favorite sites. They include primary sources, digital history projects, fellow bloggers, and other resources helpful for teachers and researchers. If you would like to suggest other links, please comment below.

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Slave Voyages – Slave Biographies: The Atlantic Database NetworkThe EURESCL Laws of Slavery Database – The Digital Caribbean (CUNY Graduate Center) The Digital Library for the Caribbean – The Early Caribbean Digital ArchiveIsland LuminousJewish Atlantic World – Cuban Revolution Research Guides
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Road to Revolution: 1763-1774The On-line Institute for Loyalist Studies –  Uncommon Sense: The Blog – OIEAHC’s The OCTOBoston 1775Ben Franklin’s WorldCommon-Place: The Journal of Early American LifeSHEAR’s The Republic – The Beehive: Official Blog of the Massachusetts Historical Society
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French Revolution Digital ArchiveFrench Revolutionary Decrees and Laws – Gallica (Bibliothèque nationale de France database)Liberty, Equality, Fraternity: Exploring the French RevolutionThe French Revolution NetworkRévolution françaiseL’Institute d’histoire de la Révolution française – Printed Revolutions – NapoleonicaH-France Resources
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A Colony in CrisisHaiti and the Atlantic WorldHaiti Collection (John Carter Brown Library)Haiti Digital LibraryMarronnage in Saint-Domingue – The Louverture Project – The Public ArchivesRadio Haiti Lives – H-Haiti Resources
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Mapping the Republic of LettersFrench Book Trade in Enlightenment EuropeMapping Memories of EnslavementRural Diary Archive  – The People’s Republic of China (PRC) History Group
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From Journal Article to Blog PostDisseminating ResearchWriting Guide: Effective Academic BloggingBlogging as Exercise in Writing

Would you suggest any other links to add to this page?