RECORDS, DOCUMENTS, ETC.
LOW COUNTRY AFRICANA - South Carolina Slaveholders
BitterSweet: Linked Through Slavery - A working group of bloggers who are members of the non-profit group Coming to the Table (CTTT). We call ourselves “linked descendants,” people who have a joint history in slavery–a pairing of a descendant of an enslaved person with a descendant of his or her slaveholder, who have found each other and who are in communication.
WEST VIRGINIA MEMORIES - Old newspaper articles (and book mentions) about former slaves.
Virginia Historical Society - Unknown No Longer - A Database of Virginia Slave Names.
Slave Narratives from the Federal Writer's Project 1936-1938
Slavery in East Tennessee
Texas Slavery Narratives
LARGE SLAVEHOLDERS OF 1860 and AFRICAN AMERICAN SURNAME MATCHES FROM 1870
THE BEYOND THE KIN PROJECT
Alabama Slave Owners
RECLAIMING KIN by Robyn Smith
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro - Digital Library on American Slavery
SLAVERY ERA INSURANCE REGISTRY
Slavery Era Insurance Policies Registry - State of Illinois
Slavery Era Insurance Policies Registry - State of California
Insurance Policies On Slaves: New York Life's Complicated Past
Notable Kentucky African Americans Database
Researching Slaveholding and Slave Trading Ancestry
New Paltz Register of Slaves 1799-1825
Afro Louisiana History & Genealogy Slave Database
Slave Deeds of Buncombe County, North Carolina
AFRIGENEAS- Slave Database Collection
Iredell County, North Carolina - Slave Deeds
St. Louis Probate Court Records - Court Ordered Slave Sales
Texas Runaway Slave Project
Video by Crista Cowan - "Documenting the Enslaved"
Video by Edward Ball - "Tracking Down Descendants of Slaves in the Family: The Evolution of American Racial Relations "
North Carolina State Library - "Using North Carolina Cohabitation Records to Research Your African American Ancestors"
New England Historical Genealogical Society - American Ancestors - "African American Resources at NEHGS"
BlackProGen LIVE Ep5: The African American Online Genealogy Toolbox by Nika Smith
"Best Internet Resources for African American Genealogy" by Angela Walton-Raji
by Tim Pinnick
Library of Congress - "African American Faces of the Civil War: An Album"