Scotland and the Abolition of the Slave Trade
Learning resource for school pupils about the role of Scots in abolishing the slave trade.
Slaves and Highlanders
Examines the role of Scots in the slave colonies of British Guiana prior to Emancipation in 1834.
Interpreting the Slave Trade: The Penrhyn Castle Connection
A history of the Pennant family in Wales and Jamaica from the 17th to the 19th centuries and a report on the 2007-8 exhibition 'Sugar and Slavery - the Penrhyn Connection'.
International Slavery Museum
The ISS highlights the international importance of slavery, both in a historic and contemporary context
The Slavery Connections of Brodsworth Hall
Report for English Heritage by Susanne Seymour and Sheryllynne Haggerty on the slavery connections of Brodsworth Hall in South Yorkshire including the wealth and politics of its owners.
Explores links between transatlantic slavery and North East England. Includes an online exhibition, learning zone and research zone.
SCAWDI - Sparkbrook Caribbean & African Women's Development Initiative
Includes History Detectives - uncovering the history of black people in the Midlands from 1650-1918.
The Slavery Connections of Bolsover Castle
Report for English Heritage by Susanne Seymour and Sheryllynne Haggerty on the slavery connections of Bolsover Castle in Derbyshire including the wealth and politics of its owners.
London and South-east England
Based at UCL in London, the Equiano Centre fosters historical understanding of the black presence in Britain. This website includes the project map Black Londoners 1800-1900.
Museum of London Docklands
Includes the award-winning London, Sugar, Slavery Gallery, which explores London's part in the system of slave labour that transported Africans to the Caribbean to work on sugar plantations.
The Slavery Connections of Marble Hill House
Detailed information on the economic, social and cultural connections that linked Marble Hill House in London to Atlantic Slavery. By Laurence Brown.
The Slavery Connections of Northington Grange
Detailed information on the economic, social and cultural connections that linked Northington Grange in Wiltshire to Atlantic Slavery. By Laurence Brown.
Bristol Legacy Commission
The BLC is focused on improving service provision for ethnic minority communities in Bristol and will invest in funding projects in order to react to organisations/individuals who have previously felt excluded from contributing their thoughts, aspirations and visions.