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African American History
Project - topics include Dred Scott Case, early Civil Rights
struggles, and school integration.
Perspectives: 1818-1907 - Daniel A. P. Murray Pamphlet Collection
presents a panoramic and eclectic review of African-American history and
culture. Held by the Library of Congress.
Through the Arts - investigation of African-American history via the
images and artifacts created by and about them. Includes streaming audio
interview of a Rosewood Massacre descendent.
African-American Women: On-line Archival Exhibits - collection of
letters and memoirs of 19th century slave women, from Duke University.
Journey from Slavery to Freedom - presented as an exhibit of the
Long Island Unversity, B. Davis Schwartz Memorial Library.
Afro-American History - links and
Black Archives of Mid-America -
largest repository of African American history and artifacts in the
Black Facts - search by date, word or
Black History of New Hampshire
- New Hampshire's black history began in Portsmouth in 1645, and there
are important stories to tell. The goal of the creators of this site is
to tell those stories.
in North Carolina: 1876-1896 - African-American Populism in North
Carolina in the late 19th century.
Black Press: Soldiers Without Swords
- a film by Stanley Nelson providing an in-depth examination of the
history and contributions of African American newspapers. Includes
journalist and newspaper profiles, and a timeline.
Buffalo Soldiers of the Western Frontier
- The Buffalo soldiers were a regiment of African-American men serving in the United States Army. Unlike the people of color serving the arm forces today, these African-American regiments served their country under segregated conditions. They fought in many wars in the United States and abroad, but not beside white soldiers. This permission of allowing African-American men to serve came from the authorization of United States Congress in 1866. The Buffalo soldiers were in the 9th and 10th Cavalries. They also fought with great pride in four U.S. Army infantries.
Charlotte & Mecklenburg: The African
American Community - learn about Charlotte & Mecklenburg Countys'
rich African American history.
Colored Reflections -
interactive site profiling notable persons of color and events in
American history from the 1940s to the present.
Duke Ellington's Washington -
profile of the African-American community that flourished in Washington
before the Harlem Renaissance. Includes noted black Washingtonians and a
virtual tour of the Shaw/Uptown area.
Freedmen's Bureau Online -
transcriptions of reports and records of the Bureau of Refugees,
Freedmen and Abandoned Lands (Freedmen's Bureau).
Homecoming... Sometimes I am Haunted by
Memories of Red Dirt and Clay - the story of African-American land
loss and a chronicle of black farmers from the Civil War to the present.
Images of African
Americans from the 19th Century - Digital Schomburg: The New York
Public Library Digital Library Collection.
Keefe Black History -
with text and pictures, this is a site covers African culture in the
1700's all the way to blacks today.
Lest We Forget - newsletter
providing information and resources regarding African American history
Louisville Western Branch
Library - first full service library in the U.S. for African
Americans. Contains historical information with Real Audio files.
Recent Acquistions in African-American
History & Literature - University of Virginia
Small Towns Black Lives -
photographic documentary and history project of African American
communities in southern New Jersey.
South Carolina African American History
Online - monthly biographies of influential African Americans.
Springfield Race Riot of 1908 -
history of this painful event, which shows its connection to the
creation of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored