Black History Timelines

Ancestry Talks’ stunning Black History timelines help people to understand Black, British, and North American history. People can view events that shaped Black History from a wider perspective. The timelines cover Black history from Ancient and Medieval Africa to the beginning of transatlantic enslavement through to abolition.

These interactive PowerPoints are colorful Black history timelines that make for a striking addition to your learning resources. They are ideal for school teachers and home educators.

Black History Timeline
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Black History's Ancient and Medieval Timeline

A unique interactive PowerPoint is designed to help you to learn, engage and remember more information than ever before about Ancient and Medieval Black History.

 

Black Resistance & Abolition Timeline

An informative timeline depicting Black resistance from the beginning of transatlantic enslavement to abolition.

The First Maroon War Timeline

A unique interactive PowerPoint timeline stunningly illustrated. Designed to help you gain a greater understanding of Black British history.

The Haitian Revolution Timeline

Depicting events written about in CLR James Black Jacobins.  This Black history timeline will improve your understanding of the key players and their roles in this transformative historic event.

 

The Genesis of Black Resistance to Enslavement

The story of the African slave trade is essentially the story of the consequences of the second rise of Europe. In the years they were searching for new markets, new materials, new manpower, and new land to exploit.

The first Europeans to visit the West Coast of Africa did not have to fight their way in. They came as guests and were treated as guests. Later, they decided to stay as conquerors and slave traders in order to gain a position strong enough to attain these ambitions,

African people who became slaves in the Americas have been many things in history, good and bad. They are profoundly human. And they have played every role in human drama.

The story of Black resistance against their enslavers is essentially about the genesis of the ongoing struggle against racism and inequality.

Black Resistance and Abolition Timelines support Ancestry Talks' scheduled events.

Black History Timelines

Black History Timeline

Ancestry Talks’ stunning Black History timelines help people to understand Black, British, and North American history. People can view events that shaped Black History from a wider perspective. The timelines cover Black history from Ancient and Medieval Africa to the beginning of transatlantic enslavement through to abolition.

These interactive PowerPoints are colorful Black history timelines that make for a striking addition to your learning resources. They are ideal for school teachers and home educators.

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Black History's Ancient and Medieval Timeline

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A unique interactive PowerPoint is designed to help you to learn, engage and remember more information than ever before about Ancient and Medieval Black History.

Black Resistance & Abolition Timeline

Black Resistance Abolition

An informative timeline depicting Black resistance from the beginning of transatlantic enslavement to abolition.

The First Maroon War Timeline

Jamaica Maroon War

A unique interactive PowerPoint timeline stunningly illustrated. Designed to help you gain a greater understanding of Black British history.

The Haitian Revolution Timeline

Haitian Revolution Timeline

Depicting events written about in CLR James Black Jacobins.  This Black history timeline will improve your understanding of the key players and their roles in this transformative historic event.

The Genesis of Black Resistance to Enslavement

The story of the African slave trade is essentially the story of the consequences of the second rise of Europe. In the years they were searching for new markets, new materials, new manpower, and new land to exploit.

The first Europeans to visit the West Coast of Africa did not have to fight their way in. They came as guests and were treated as guests. Later, they decided to stay as conquerors and slave traders in order to gain a position strong enough to attain these ambitions,

African people who became slaves in the Americas have been many things in history, good and bad. They are profoundly human. And they have played every role in human drama.

The story of Black resistance against their enslavers is essentially about the genesis of the ongoing struggle against racism and inequality.

Black Resistance and Abolition Timelines support Ancestry Talks' scheduled events.