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Thomas Leonard: Abstract of Will , 2013
Collection Description & Creator Information
The Princeton and Slavery Project Records contain both course materials and later project, symposium and performance materials.
Series 1: Princeton and Slavery Seminar Papers and Research Materials includes materials from the undergraduate seminar Princeton and Slavery, HIST 402, such as students' final papers; copies of original documents collected and compiled by the students and instructors at the New Jersey State Archives; and microfilmed sources within Firestone Library. Records also include correspondence about the course with alumni.
Series 2: The Princeton and Slavery Project Symposium includes schedules of events for speakers and the public; event tickets; a copy of the Princeton Alumni Weekly featuring the Symposium; a draft of and program for The Princeton and Slavery Plays at the McCarter Theatre; and correspondence with Martha Sandweiss.
Series 3: Princeton Atelier: Tune Every Heart includes the script and score of a musical theater performance, "Tune Every Heart: The Princeton and Slavery Project in Song" created by students in the Princeton Atelier course "Who Owns a Song? A Theatrical Investigation of Princeton and Slavery" in January, 2018.
Series 4: Princeton and Slavery Project Website links to an archived version of the website, which includes articles, stories, digitized primary sources, and multimedia resources gathered and created during the course of the project. The current capture may not allow access to multimedia elements of the site. See "Find More" for a link to the current version of the site.
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No materials were separated from the collection.
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The collection is open for research use.
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Thomas Leonard: Abstract of Will ; Princeton and Slavery Project Records, AC422, Princeton University Archives, Department of Special Collections, Princeton University Library
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