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  • [+] More Slavery in the French Colonies: Le Code Noir (the Black Code) of 1685 


    Published since 13 Jan 2011

    Snippets from a very interesting article by Kelly Buchanan about slavery in the French colonies and the French law which were fixed in “The Black Code” in 1685 and remained in force for 163 years.

  • [+] More Yale Law Library - Rare Books Library Tour on Video 


    Yale Law Library - Rare Books Library Tour on Video
    Published since 27 Aug 2010

    The Lillian Goldman Law Library possesses one of the world's finest collections of printed legal materials. These collections are complemented by access to a growing array of online sources, as well as the collections housed nearby, including the Sterling Memorial Library and the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library.Yale Law School Rare Book librarian Mike Widener takes bibliophiles on a tour of the history and unique collections of rare books at the Yale Law School. Kaitlin Thomas, Office of Public Affairs, organized the project and conducted the interview.

  • [+] More Bibliographies - Law 


    Published since 02 Jul 2010

    Online: Engelmann, Bibliotheca juridica - German prints about law and economics

  • [+] More Bibliographies - Economics 


    Bibliographies - Economics
    Published since 08 Jan 2010

    Online: Rodet, Catalogue des livres de la bibliothèque d'économie politique - Sempere y Guarinos; Biblioteca española, 4 volumes

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