IT MUST be acknowledged that the seeds for the creation of this online exhibit were found within the pages of Erik Calonius' book: The Wanderer, The Last American Slave Ship and the Conspiracy that Set its Sails. Mr. Calonius' book is a fascinating chronicle of the landing and subsequent trial of the slave ship Wanderer, and will leave readers with little doubt that this event was one of the most important stories of its decade.
Other Acknowledgements Include:
The Atlantic Slave Trade and Slave Life in the Americas: A Visual Record (website). Many of the *images used in this online exhibit were found at this website, an unparalleled visual account by Jerome S. Handler and Michael L. Tuite Jr., sponsored by the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and the University of Virginia Library.
Captive Passage, The Transatlantic Slave Trade and the Making of the Americas
Published by: Smithsonian Institution Press, in association with The Mariners Museum
Harper's Weekly, January 15, 1859, "The Yacht Wanderer," Museum Collection.
Jekyll Island Museum, 100 Stable Rd. Jekyll Island, GA 31527
Oyez, U.S. Supeme Court Media (website)
The New York Times, archives
The New York Post
The Slave Ship Wanderer; By: Tom Henderson Wells, Published by: University of Georgia Press.
Vaughnette Goode-Walker for wanting to tell the tale.