You'll be working with some fascinating primary and interpretive sources from across the Baylor Libraries' collections as you explore the history, influence, and legacy of the Atlantic slave trade. This guide will provide with links back to these items, including digital copies when available, so that you can easily find these items again for any future work or reflection papers.
There is also a list of other library resources that are not in special collections but present interesting aspects of the slave trade that add depth to the primary and interpretive sources.
Don't hesitate to contact any of the special or subject librarians in the box to the right if you would like to see any of these items again, or if you would like to know more about the resources we have on this or other topics.
What do you do with a primary source document? How do you "question" a document? Use this worksheet from the National Archives and Records Administration of the U.S. to begin to question a written document.