Organizations involved in slave labor on campus
Below is a list of organizations involved in slave labor on the campus of the University of Georgia. Select an organization to view associated enslavement events and archival resources.
Built in 1833, a textile mill on the North Oconee River in Athens, Georgia.
One of two bodies governing the University, charged with the administration of the University's affairs.
Established in 1822, responsible for transaction receipts, expenditure reports, and the funds of the University.
Crane & Carlton was a construction business conducted by James R. Carlton and Ross Crane.
Founded in 1803 by Augustine Clayton, Williams Rutherford, and James Jackson.
Founded in 1803, responsible for the day to day administration of the University.
Board of Trustees and Board of Visitors combined it dissolved in 1859.
Founded in 1785, the first university in the United States to gain a state charter.