The website, “Slavery in New York,” provides visual caption of the slavery in New York during the early years. The written content of the website is rather neutral on its views regarding slavery; it does have implications of the immorality and describes the uprisings of slaves, but does not have specific opinions against it. Along with the website, White also does not explicitly state his negative view on slavery. He rather discusses the model and the statistics of slavery: how and to what extent it was implemented in New York and New Jersey.
In Horton’s “In Hope of Liberty,” the author takes more anti-slavery approach and discusses the aspects and cultures of African Americans, and further explaining the motivation for slaves to rise against the slave owners. He sets out to investigate the African American community, and the works of some African American revolutionaries who came to lead blacks away from the chains that bind.