• Sunrise over the Fort George River in the Timucuan Preserve.

    Timucuan

    Ecological & Historic Preserve Florida

Slave Trade Curriculum

View below decks on a slave ship.

View below decks on a slave ship.

Musee de la Marine

The park has completed a slave trade curriculum to enhance the Kingsley Plantation education program and to provide educators with materials that can help students better understand the transatlantic slave trade in an intercontinental context.

Click here to access the curriculum: The Slave Trade, Slavery, and Remembrance

These brochures must be viewed using Adobe Acrobat Reader. To download this program (free), click here.

The curriculum is part of a partnership program with Les Anneaux de la Memoire (The Shackles of Memory), a French organization in Nantes, France whose mission is to raise awareness of the history of the slave trade in a global context.

The following online materials are links to other websites that provide slave trade curriculum. You are leaving the National Park Service website for the Timucuan Preserve.

In Motion: The African American Migration Experience - The Transatlantic Slave Trade - The Schomberg Center for Research in Black Culture

Economy vs. Humanity: Exploring the Triangle Trade and the Middle Passage - National Teacher Training Institute

Slave Trade, Slavery, and Abolition

  • This page in is French but can be translated using a web translator such as Google Translate.

UNESCO (United Nationals Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization)

eurescl - Slave Trade, Slavery Abolitions and Their Legacies in European History

  • This page in is French but can be translated using a web translator such as Google Translate.
  • See the "Workpackages" in the left menu bar

educscol - Information for Education Professionals - Memory of the Slave Trade, Slavery and its Abolition

  • This page in is French but can be translated using a web translator such as Google Translate.

Updated 12/28/09 CC

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