FUR­THER ON­LINE RE­SOURCES

Dorset - - BLACK HISTORY -

Sto­ries from the Lyme Regis Mu­seum project:

ly­mereg­is­mu­seum.co.uk/col­lec­tion/ eth­nic-mi­nori­ties-dorset.

his­tori­ceng­land.org.uk/ re­search/in­clu­sive-her­itage/an­other-eng­land/ your-sto­ries/lyme-regis.

from Lyme Regis:

Dorset’s Hid­den His­to­ries

1944 We Were Here: African Amer­i­can GIs in Dorset, book by Louisa Adjoa Parker or­der at

lulu.com/shop

Read two of Dorset’s ‘Brown Ba­bies’ sto­ries on­line here:

bbc.co.uk/news/ mag­a­zine-39927255

Black abo­li­tion­ists speak­ing in Bri­tain 19th cen­tury (in­cludes Dorset):

fred­er­ick­dou­glass­inbri­tain.com/ Map:Abo­li­tion­ists/

In­ter­ac­tive map, Dorset & Slave Trade:

bit.ly/3j4OD6T

Louisa’s story

deed.org.uk

Find out which Dorset fam­i­lies were com­pen­sated for the loss of ‘their’ en­slaved Africans and more:

ucl.ac.uk/lbs

Art­work from the 1944 We Were Here ex­hi­bi­tion by DEED Find out more about Devel­ope­ment Ed­u­ca­tion in Dorset (DEED) re­sources, in­clud­ing black his­tory ex­hi­bi­tions to hire, and or­der book:

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