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African-Americans







African-Americans
To Civil Rights Movement Photos Links
African-Americans to 1800
Antebellum 19th Century
The Civil War Era
African-Americans in Texas
Late 19th Century Resources
African-Americans in the South - Late 19th Century
African-Americans in the West - Late 19th Century
African-American Women
African-Americans in the 20th Century
The South
General African-American Resources


Civil Rights Movement Photos Links:

African-American Odyssey
African American History
Powerful Days in Black and White
The March on Washington Photos
Time Newsfile - Civil Rights

African-Americans to 1800

Stono Rebellion (1739)
African-Americans and Bacon's Rebellion
Crispus Attucks



Antebellum 19th Century:
American Slave Narratives
Slavery
The Middle Passage



The Civil War Era:
History of Colored Troops
African-American Freedom Fighters - Civil War
Links to Black Soldiers on the Internet
African-American Civil War Memorial



African-Americans in the Late 19th Century
Time Line of African-American History, 1852-1925
African-American Odyssey
The Slaughterhouse Cases



African-Americans in Texas


African-Americans in the South - Late 19th Century


Freedmens Bureau Resources
Up From Slavery: An Autobiography by Booker T. Washington
Frontline: Booker T. & W.E.B.
Plessy v. Ferguson
After the Civil War: Plessy v. Ferguson
Black Populism in North Carolina
The South
Afro-American Sources in Virginia

African-Americans in the West - Late 19th Century
Nicodemus, Kansas: African-Americans


African-American Women
African-American Women in the 19th Century
Ain't I a Woman by Sojourner Truth
Susie King Taylor
The Progress of Colored Women (1898)
Louisiana Black Women
Anna J. Cooper House
Anna J. Cooper
Ida B. Wells Barnett
Ida B. Wells-Barnett and Her Passion for Justice


African-Americans in the 20th Century
The Martin Luther King, Jr., Papers Project at Stanford University
We Shall Overcome: Historic Places of the Civil Rights Movement National Register Travel Itinerary
The Trials of the Scottsboro Boys
The Martin Luther King, Jr., Center for Nonviolent Social Change
Seattle Times - Martin Luther King, Jr.
Harlem: 1900-1940
Blackbaseball's Negro Baseball Leagues


General African-American Resources

African-American Firsts

El Centro College History Department
E-Mail Wanda Downing Jones

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