Slavery Research- Fishman

Texts in the Library:

The Atlantic slave trade (Copy: 34180000303390). 306.3 NARThe historical encyclopedia of world slavery. Volume 1, A-K (Copy: 34180000303839). 306.3 HIS v. 1The historical encyclopedia of world slavery. Volume 2, L-Z (Copy: 34180000303840). 306.3 HIS v. 2History of slavery (Copy: 34180000118450). 326 EveSlavery (Copy: 34180000115545). 973 CURSlavery in America : from colonial times to the Civil War (Copy: 34180000115645) 973.04 SCHSlavery today (Copy: 34180000301617). 306.3 OJESlavery today (Copy: 34180000303229). 306.3 SLA
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