Bibliography of Slavery Online

The Bibliography of Slavery, compiled in annual supplements printed in *Slavery and Abolition* since its founding in 1980, is available to the public as a searchable on-line database.

The database contains verified references (except as noted) to approximately 25,000 scholarly works on slavery and slaving in all academic disciplines and in all western European languages, worldwide and throughout human history, including modern times. It includes print materials published in scholarly formats since 1900, as well as digital scholarly journals, recent unpublished presentations at academic conferences, professional historical sites, and major museum exhibitions and catalogs. It is now current through 2007 and will be updated annually (with a one-year lag) with the ongoing annual supplements from *Slavery and Abolition*, compiled by Thomas Thurston (Gilder-Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance and Abolition at Yale University).

Please note: This is a database of citations to sources. The database does not provide full-text or abstracts to the sources online.

Site sponsors include the Virginia Center for Digital History and the Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities at the University of Virginia, as well as the University's Carter G. Woodson Institute for African American and African History, the College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, and Office of the Vice-President and Provost. Other sponsors are the Gilder Lehrman Center for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition, the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, and the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities.

Source: GLC [e-]Newsletter, [Gilder-Lehrman Center of Yale University], April 9, 2010.

About the Author

Grace Cordial has been responsible for the day-to-day operation of the Beaufort District Collection at the Beaufort County Library since 1999.  The Beaufort District Collection exists to acquire, preserve, maintain and make accessible a research collection of permanent value which records the history, culture, and environment of our part of the South Carolina lowcountry.  Besides the research room, Cordial manages the “Virtual BDC:” the BDC web pages, the Online Obituary Index, two digital collections, a new BDC.BCL Facebook page, and the Connections blog.  
 
Among her duties is to coordinate or present programs about local history, Gullah culture, and our coastal environment, including occasional instructional sessions about how to perform historical and/or genealogical research.