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Slave Relic Museum [SC]

The Slave Relic Museum presents the history of the U.S. African American population via artifacts made and used by slaves between 1750 and the mid-19th century.

The museum offers exhibits. The website offers audio interviews; a video tour of slave dwelling ruins in the Bahamas; and several primary source documents, including 63 pages of documents relating to the Amistad and William E. Channing's "The Duty of the Free States."