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The Slave Trade - James Walvin.  The sixteenth-century Spanish and Portuguese explorers who went to Africa in search of gold discovered an even more lucrative cargo: slaves. A hugely profitable transatlantic trade in human lives soon developed, linking the continents of Europe, Africa, and the Americas, and great fortunes were built. Africans and their descendants cultivated sugar throughout the Caribbean and Brazil, and tobacco, cotton, and rice in the American South.

The Slave Trade. James Walvin is an expert guide to the origins, development, eventual abolition and legacies of the slave trade, focusing on the experiences of those who lived through slavery. By James Walvin. Available from Campbelltown campus library.

The Story of the Civil Rights Freedom Rides in Photographs by David Aretha.

The Story of the Civil Rights Freedom Rides in Photographs by David Aretha.

The Story of Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott in Photographs by David Aretha.

The Story of Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott in Photographs by David Aretha.

John Brown: Putting Actions Above Words - Geoffrey M. Horn.  John Brown joined the side of free-staters in the conflict in the Kansas Territory, fighting to have Kansas enter the Union as an anti-slavery state. History has shown that his actions and the reactions to them were among the most potent precursors of the outbreak of the Civil War in 1861.

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The slave trade - Tom Monaghan.  What would modern America be like if the American Revolution were never fought? Where would today's high-tech breakthroughs and bull market runs be without the industrial age? In Events and Outcomes, reader get a macro and microscopic view into historical events that have had and continue to have world-changing consequences. Maps, timelines, contemporary photographs and illustrations, and the most up-to-date analyses spotlight the forces that brought about…

The slave trade - Tom Monaghan. What would modern America be like if the American Revolution were never fought? Where would today's high-tech breakthroughs and bull market runs be without the industrial age? In Events and Outcomes, reader get a macro and microscopic view into historical events that have had and continue to have world-changing consequences. Maps, timelines, contemporary photographs and illustrations, and the most up-to-date analyses spotlight the forces that brought about…

Black History: Africa and the Slave Trade - Dan Lyndon.  Black History is brought to life in this exciting and engaging series, bringing together events from early civilisations in Africa right up to modern-day life for black communities across the world.

Black History: Africa and the Slave Trade - Dan Lyndon. Black History is brought to life in this exciting and engaging series, bringing together events from early civilisations in Africa right up to modern-day life for black communities across the world.

Fair Trade - Jillian Powell.  From chocolate and tea to flowers and cotton, discover the history of fair trade and its products. Learn what difference fair trade makes to the people producing the goods, what the ten princlples of fair trade are, and how fair trade practices affect the environment. Read an interview with a worker from a fair trade project in India, debate the issues surrounding fair trade, make a fair trade ice cream sundae and find out amazing fair trade stats and facts.

Fair Trade - Jillian Powell. From chocolate and tea to flowers and cotton, discover the history of fair trade and its products. Learn what difference fair trade makes to the people producing the goods, what the ten princlples of fair trade are, and how fair trade practices affect the environment. Read an interview with a worker from a fair trade project in India, debate the issues surrounding fair trade, make a fair trade ice cream sundae and find out amazing fair trade stats and facts.

The Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr : April 4, 1968 - Terry Collins.

The Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr : April 1968 - Terry Collins.

Freedom Rides - Dale Anderson.  In May 1961, African-American and white civil rights activists set out from Washington, D.C. They travelled on buses to the South to test a U.S. Supreme Court decision declaring that interstate bus stations had to be integrated. Violent attacks in Southern states forced a stop to the Freedom Rides, as the trips became known, but soon other brave activists joined the riders.

Freedom Rides - Dale Anderson. In May 1961, African-American and white civil rights activists set out from Washington, D.C. They travelled on buses to the South to test a U.S. Supreme Court decision declaring that interstate bus stations had to be integrated. Violent attacks in Southern states forced a stop to the Freedom Rides, as the trips became known, but soon other brave activists joined the riders.