Annotated bibliography

 

“Farmington Historical Society – Farmington, CT.” Farmington Historical Society – Farmington, CT. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Feb. 2014. http://www.farmingtonhistoricalsociety-ct.org/fh_farmhist_pg4.html.

In search of exploring the underground railroad in Connecticut I used this site to help my search for the answers, this site has links to other sites along with pictures of locations to help get an idea of the their location.

“List of Sites | Underground Railroad | Connecticut Freedom Trail.” List of Sites | Underground Railroad | Connecticut Freedom Trail. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Feb. 2014. http://www.ctfreedomtrail.org/trail/underground-railroad/sites/

This helped me learn about the Farmington slavery. With this information it helped locate a more specific and ideal idea of how the slaves traveled.

 

“Underground Railroad Sites on the Connecticut Freedom Trail.” Underground Railroad Sites on the Connecticut Freedom Trail. N.p., n.d. Web. 11 Feb. 2014. http://www.cslib.org/undergroundrrct.htm

 

 

I saw maps and other helpful information on this cite that helped me get an idea of what to look for. As well the site focused on direction and routes of the slave.

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6 Responses to Annotated bibliography

  1. suffieldkid says:

    I think all of these sources are something that we should look more closely at. Do you know which one of these would be most helpful in the short run? I think more specific descriptions of these articles would be helpful.

  2. drewglennon says:

    Sam, it looks like you found some pretty relative sites. How does the information you came across relate to our search? Over all I would try to elaborate more on your finding to improve this bibliography.

  3. BozotheClown says:

    Good sites Sam. I like that you kept your sources close to Suffield. Do you have a site that you prefer? Do you think they are all as easy to navigate and discover and search for more and more information?

  4. 14dlw says:

    These are some pretty good sites Sam, good job! They are all relevant for our investigation. Of the sources you found, what is your favorite? You should work a little more on your descriptions to make the bibliography more complete.

  5. jackfrank18 says:

    Great job including the work cited and annotated bibliography! Which source was your favorite? I would suggest that you include some rankings in your source selection. Great job, but I would also suggest that you expand upon your annotated bibliographies.

  6. 14bsd says:

    You did a good job of finding some strong sources. Which of these do you think were the most important to focus on out of the three? My suggestion would be to elaborate, make sure to follow the format of the annotated bibliographies, as well as maybe change the title.

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