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History of Slavery and Antislavery: Finding Secondary Source Articles
The Library provides access to a few hundred research databases, which are specialized search engines used for locating citations to articles and other research material related to specific topics. For research in U.S. history, I recommend the following:
Originally published in Joseph C. Miller's Slavery: A Worldwide Bibliography, 1900-1982 (White Plains NY: Kraus International, 1985) and kept up-to-date through 2008 with the annual Bibliographical Supplements published in Slavery & Abolition.