Case studies are the center of the Legacy of Slavery. Studies are a summary of available runaway ads, court documents, census data, and published material from the Antebellum Maryland Community with a connection to slavery.
Regiments of the United States Army. USCT history remains a fascinating topic as it marked a turning point within the country during the Civil War.
During the invasion slaves escaped or were taken by British troops. Some worked the ships, became soldiers, or migrated.
Free and manumitted black Marylanders who settled in Liberia.
Blacks in Annapolis
Blacks in Annapolis explores the lives of native born, immigrant enslaved, and free blacks who contributed to over three hundred years of Annapolis history.
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Judge Lynch's Court
Mob Justice in Maryland During the Age of Jim Crow, 1860s - 1930s
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Belair at Bowie
Belair-at-Bowie Flight to Freedom research project illustrates the complexities and legacy of enslavement in this Prince George's County community.
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