St Helena’s “liberated” Africans came from West Central Africa between northern Angola and Gabon, according to a new study published in The American Journal of Human Genetics
Ancient DNA reveals an early African origin of Cattle in the Americas, according to a new study published in Scientific Reports
Recovering family history for millions of African Americans: Kendra Taira Field is named chief historian for the 10 Million Names project
Ethical challenges of studying historical DNA that connects living people to enslaved and free African Americans at Catoctin Furnace, an early ironworks (18th–19th century)
Welsh american abolitionist, Rev Robert Everett, rediscovered by the American Professor in Wales, Jerry Hunter of Bangor University
Historic graffiti of ships carved in an African fort were drawn by soldiers on guard duty watching the sea, University of Exeter experts believe.
The ‘Prize Papers’ Project launches its internet portal containing court documents related to the capture of 1,500 ships