In addition to primary source letters, books, archival images, maps, and contemporary photographs may also aid students in interpreting antebellum plantation life. A small collection of other media resources are referenced or included on this page.
- The 2012 book, To Free a Family, by Sydney Nathans, describes the efforts of runaway Cameron slave Mary Walker to retrieve her family from the south.
- The 1985 book, Piedmont Plantation, by Jean Bradley Anderson, provides a historical overview of the Bennehan-Cameron families in North Carolina. Available from the Historic Preservation Society of Durham and resellers on Amazon.
- Map of Stagville plantation, Durham County, North Carolina (.gif)
- Directions to Stagville plantation, Durham County, North Carolina (.gif)
- Map of Paul C. Cameron's lands in central North Carolina, circa 1890 (google map, .gif)
- Map of sites mentioned in the Cameron Family Papers (google map)
- Map of Greene County, Alabama, plantation (drawn by owner: Paul Cameron) (.jpg)
- Map of Chicot County, Arkansas, plantation (drawn by owner: Kenneth Rayner) (.jpg)
- Official Stagville Site Brochure (front, back)
Historic Stagville Plantation, Durham County, North Carolina (originally Orange County) (all images .jpg)
- Residents Richard Bennehan (1743-1845), Bennehan Cameron 1, Bennehan Cameron 2 (1854-1925)
- Bennehan House (master's quarters, built between 1787-1799) (exterior front, exterior left, exterior right, exterior side, exterior back, living room, dining room, prep room, door lock, foyer a , foyer b , foyer c , downstairs hall, stairs, loft, master bedroom a , master bedroom b , spare bedroom, garden 1, garden 2, outhouse, kitchen foundation, outbuildings, Bennehan graveyard)
- Horton House (oldest house in Durham County, predates Revolutionary War, home to original farmer from whom Richard Bennehan purchased 410 acres in 1823 to create Stagville) (exterior front, exterior back, exterior side, front porch, interior a, interior b)
- Horton Grove (row of slave quarters) (signage, exterior a, exterior b, exterior c, exterior d, exterior e, exterior f, interior a, interior b)
- The Great Barn (constructed with slave labor in 1860) (signage, exterior a, exterior b, exterior looking north, exterior looking south, interior a, interior b, interior c)
Fairntosh Plantation, Durham County, North Carolina (originally Orange County) (all images .jpg)
Historic Town of Hillsborough, Orange County, North Carolina