PowerPoint® presentation, posters
Topics: the middle passage, arrival in America, abolitionism and Frederick Douglass, the proslavery viewpoint, escape to the North and the Southern response. Sources: a sketch of the slave ship the Brookes, an ad for a slave auction, an illustration from Harper’s Weekly depicting a slave auction, the front cover for sheet music to "The Fugitive’s Song," a idyllic drawing of plantation life by Southern apologist E.W. Clay, and a political cartoon titled "Effects of the Fugitive-Slave-Law."
This title is part of the series: ANALYZING VISUAL PRIMARY SOURCES: U.S. History
Social Studies School Service