Slave Trade Curriculum
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.
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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
UNESCO (United Nationals Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization)
Updated 12/28/09 CC
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