The following projects are among those that have linked data currently available within Enslaved.org.
- Advertising Gender Slave Database: Escravos de ganho in Rio de Janeiro, 1850-1880 (Kari Zimmerman)
- Africans Burials and Residences in Rio de Janeiro, 1870-1888 (Flávio Gomes)
- Biographies of the Enslaved Era (Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham, and Steven J. Niven)
- Contested Freedom: Free Persons of Color in Savannah, GA, 1823-1842 (Marquis Taylor)
- CSI Dixie: Database of Coroners' Inquisitions Taken Over the Bodies of Enslaved, Formerly Enslaved, and Free Black Peoples in the U.S. South, 1840s-1890s (Stephen Berry)
- Economics of American Negro Slavery Series (Robert W. Fogel and Stanley L. Engerman)
- Free Africans of Brazil. Free Africans and Concessionaires, 1860 (Daryle Williams)
- Free Black Database: New Orleans, 1840-1860 (Brian Mitchell)
- Legacies of British Slave-ownership (Keith McClelland)
- Louisiana Slave Database (Gwendolyn Midlo-Hall)
- Maranhão Inventories Slave Database (Walter Hawthorne)
- Mortality in the South, 1850 (Robert W. Fogel and Stanley L. Engerman)
- Take Them in Families: The Enslaved People of Casa Bianca Plantation, Florida (Miranda R. W. Burnett and Martin H. Violette)
- They Had Names: Representations of the Enslaved in Liberty County, Georgia, Estate Inventories, 1762-1865 (Stacy Ashmore Cole)
- Voyages: The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Da tabase (David Eltis)
- A Year of the Slave, Rio de Janeiro, Jornal do Commercio, 1840 (Keila Grinberg and Mariana Muaze)
New datasets are forthcoming. Among them are:
- Free Africans of Brazil. Free Africans Disappearance Ads, 1834-1861 (Daryle Williams)
- Slaves and Post-Mortem Estate Inventories, Vassouras, Rio de Janeiro, 1821-1888 (Ricardo H. Salles)
- Slave Value Database (Daina Berry)
JSON and RDF files of the linked open data found on this site are available at docs.enslaved.org/lod
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