Slaves and Indentured Servants in the Chesapeake Area

The Diet and Drink of Slaves in Maryland
African Crops and Slave Cuisine
Maryland Slave Narratives
Born in Slavery, Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-1938
American Slave Narratives: An Online Anthology
Freedmen and Southern Society Project
The Geography of Slavery in Virginia. newspaper ads
Who Built Virginia Servants and Slaves as Seen Through Runaway Advertisements
Virtual Jamestown
George Washington and Slavery
Colonial Williamsburg. Articles
Little Spots allow'd them: Slave Garden Plots and Poultry Yards
A Portrait of York County Middling Planters and Their Slaves, 1760-1775
Feeding the Eighteenth-Century Town Folk, or, Whence the Beef?
Slavery in America Gateway. Slave Diet Web Resources
African-American Gardens at Monticello
Slave Lifeways at Mount Vernon: An Archaeological Perspective
The Cultural Landscape of the Plantation [photos]
Rice and Slavery
Rice and Slavery: A Fatal Gold Seede
The Atlantic Slave Trade and Slave Life in the Americas: A Visual Record

"Indentured Servants in Maryland," a talk by Robert Barnes, was presented at Montpelier Museum. In addition to an extensive bibliography of books, he also listed several Web Sites.

Proceedings of the Old Bailey, London 1674-1834
Virtual Jamestown
Accessible Archives
English Immigrants Project
Port Cities
Past Portal: Colonial Williamsburg

©2009 Patricia Bixler Reber