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900 World History; 973 General history of North America United States

America is a patch work quilt where all ethnic groups stand side by side.
Janice Hale Benson, Black Child in Education [1986]


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Florida and Americas


Aboard the Underground Railroad
African American Cemeteries Online - Florida

A Documented Historical Bus Tour of the Incident which Occured at Rosewood, Florida

Bethune-Cookman College
Black Florida History Collections
Black History Tours, Miami
Blacksonville (North Central Florida)
Capital Outlook Newspaper, Tallahassee, Fl
Clifton Colored School
Florida African American Roots
Florida A&M University, Black Archives
Florida’s Black History
Florida Civil Rights Initiative
Florida Commission on Human Relations
Florida Heritage Publications
Florida Humanities Council: Humanities News
Florida Maps
Florida Towns
Florida's Back To Africa Movement
Florida Folklife, WPA
Florida Memory – Mary Bethune, Daytona Beach
Florida Black Folks
Florida African American Roots
Gainesville Cultural Affairs - Africa
LC - American Folklife Center, Services to Florida
Lincolnville Historic District, St. Augustine
Introduction to North Florida Black Heritage Trail
  The Map to the Black Heritage Trail
Cross Creek, FL near Gainesville, FL
Zora Neale Hurston & Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings
A reenactment of conversations between Zora Neale Hurston and Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings.
Bradenton - Black Business District
Bradenton - Residents Honor Black History
Bradenton - Heroes of Manatee County Fighting for an Education
Bradenton - Local Hero - Louise Rogers Johnson, Educator
Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art
Susan Cooksey, Associate Curator of African art at the Harm Museum describes the range of African art on display and talks about its importance.
Haffye Hays Park in Greenville - Ray Charles
Elesta Pritchett, Mayor of Greenville and friend of Ray Charles talks about growing up with the world class singer.
Haffye Hays Park in Greenville - Sculptors of Ray Charles
The Cooleys, a father and son team of sculptors, talk about creating the statue of Ray Charles which stands in Haffye Hays Park.
Jasper, FL
Jasper Post Offie
Describes the process leading to the creation of the murals in Jasper Post Office.
Jasper, FL and Clayton, Georgia
The Old Jail Museum - Lillian Smith
Lillian Smith became an author of international acclaim after publishing the controversial novel, Strange Fruit, based on race relations in the US south up to the 1940s.
Jasper, FL
The Old Jail Museum - The Jail
Describes the building of the new jail in Jasper in the 19th century and its first prisoners.
Lake City, FL
Aunt Aggie
Aunt Aggie was an ex slave whose garden of dried animal bones and plants became a well know tourist attraction in Lake City.
Olustee Battlefield Historic State Park
O.J. Lake, historian and re-enactor talks about the reenactment of the Battle of Olustee
Rosewood, FL
Former Town of Rosewood
Historian Sherry DuPree talks about the former town of Rosewood, one of Florida's first all-black towns which was destroyed by fire in 1923 as a result of racial violence.
  St. Petersburg - Floridians Beyond Racial Boundaries
Tallahassee, FL
The John G. Riley Center
Althemese Barnes, Executive Director of the John G. Riley Center & Museum talks about the Riley House and the Black Heritage Trail.
Tampa Riverwalk Honorees include Garfield Devoe Rogers, Sr.
Tampa - Statues Along Riverwalk
Rosewood Massacre, 1923

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Canada and Americas

971 General history of North America Canda

African Americans in the Battle of Lake Erie
African Heritage Month
Black Organizations in Nova Scotia, Canada
Black studies Center Online
Canadian Education Trend Report: Anti-racism and Multicultural Education
Canada Study Abroad Program
Civil Rights and Civil Liberties 
Education Canada

McMichael Canadian Art Collection

National Anti-Racism Council of Canada (NARCC)
Shades of Black


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Indiana and Americas



African American Cemeteries Online - Indiana
African Ancestry in Indiana
Archives of African American Music and Culture, Indiana University
Black Film Center/Archives: Indiana University 
Black Hoosier Heritage
Black Soldiers in Indiana
Black Women in the Middle West Project Records, 1932-1986
Indiana African American Bibliography 
Indiana African American Genealogy
Indiana Black Expo
Indiana Historical Bureau
Indiana Emigrants to Liberia
Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper

Numerical Index of Formal Opinions Legal Ethics Committee Indiana State bar Association


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New York

New York and Americas



African American History of Western New York
African American Planning Commission
Africana Studies New York University
Anti-Slavery Collection - Cornell University
Associated Medical Schools of New York
Black New York
Buffalo Web Soldiers

Harlem Museum

Losing Ground: Income and Poverty in Upstate New York 1980-2000
MBA - New York Chapter
New York
New York African American Studies
New York Association of Black Journalists
New York City Maps
New York Ethics
New York Public Library
New York State Archives
NYABJ Online
NYPL - Black New York
Records of African Americans in the New York State Archives
Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
The African American History of Western New York
The New York Times on the web


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Iowa and Americas



African American World Studies - UI
Clayton County - Iowa Genealogy
Department of Natural Resources - Iowa
Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs
Iowa State University
Princeton University Library in Iowa- African American Studies
University of Iowa


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North Carolina

North Carolina and Americas


Free African Americans of NC and VA
Guide to African-American Documentary Resources in North Carolina
Historically Black Colleges and Universities in North Carolina
North Carolina
North Carolina - Civil War
North Carolina Discoveries
North Carolina Experience - African Americans
North Carolina Office of Archives and History
Notable North Carolina African Americans
The Charlotte - Mecklenburg Story - Black
Wilmington's Racial Violence of 1898

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South Carolina

South Carolina and Americas



African-Americans and South Carolina: History, Politics, and Culture
The Avery Research Center for African American History & Culture College of Charleston
First South Carolina Volunteer Infantry - Colored (U.S.)
Gullah Celebration - South Carolina
Negro Plot: An Account of the Late Intended Insurrection among a Portion of the Blacks of the City of Charleston - South Carolina. James Hamilton, 1786-1857
Historical Society - African Americans in SC, ca.1920s
On Borrowed Gound - Free African Americans in Charleston
Rights of Minorities
Soul of America - Black Resorts: South Carolina: Gullah Islands
South Carolina
South Carolina African American History
South Carolina African American History Online
South Carolina - Culture and Heritage

U.S Colored Troops


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Virginia and Americas



African Americans at Jamestown
African American Studies
Bell Funeral Home - Virginia
Blacks in Virginia
Carter G. Woodson Institute - Virginia
Did Jefferson believe in Black inferiority?
E-Book Subject Collections - African Americans UV
Jackson Davis
James Branch Cabell Library - Virginia Commonwealth
Norfolk State University 
Northern Virginia Urban League
Mercy Seat Film - They closed our Schools
Recognizing the African American Community - Northern Virginia Community College - Alexandria Campus
Thomas Jefferson
Requests for Information Related to Thomas Jefferson
Thomas Jefferson on Politics & Government: Racial Policy - University of Virginia
Questions & Answers Related to Thomas Jefferson
Jefferson and Equal Rights for Women
Thomas Jefferson - Quotations
Thomas Jefferson - Blacks: 3/5 of a Person?
University of Virginia
Virginia Black History Archives
Virginia - Civil War 
Virginia State University
Virginia Runaways
Virginia - Carter G. Woodson Institute
West Virginia Ethnics Communities


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Georgia and Americas



Black Heritage Tours
Center for Disease Control (CDC)
Georgia African American History and Culture
Georgia - Civil Rights  
Georgia Legislative Black Caucus
Georgia Photo Identification for Voting
Georgia Shakespeare Festival
Georgia's Black Revolutionary Patriots
Institute for African American Studies at the University of Georgia
Macon Chapter of African American Links
Moores Ford Memorial Committee
National Black Art Festival
Office of Public Library Services
Spelman College
The Auburn Avenue Research Library on African-American Culture and History
The King Center
The University of Georgia


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    Arkansas and Americas


Arkansas Black History Online (PDF format)
Arkansas District Office - Outreach to Minorities
Arkansas the Natural State
Black Little Rock
Census State Data Center
Museum of Discovery
Persistence of the Spirit: African American Experience in Arkansas
School Integration in Little Rock
The Civil Rights Era 

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California and Americas



Africa and African American Collections at the University of California
African American Genealogical Society of Northern California (AAGSNC)
African Americans in California History
African Americans in California Web Site
African American Speakers Bureau
African American Studies - University of California at Berkeley
African American Studies - USC
Center for African American Studies , UCLA
Department of History
Ethics Updates University of San Diego
The Movies, Race and Ethnicity: African Americans - UC Berkeley
University of California - Links to History Resources
Youth Service - California


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Illinois and Americas


African Americans in Illinois
African American Studies at Eastern Illinois University
Archives of African American Music and Culture, Indiana University
Black Market in Chicago DuSable Museum
Chicago Gospel
Chicago Historical Information: Jean Baptiste Point DuSable
Frederick Douglas Archives of American Public Address NWU
Gang Research, Chicago
Gwendolyn Brooks Cultural Center
Illinois Cultural Diversity Association
Illinois Education Association - Black History
The Booker T. Washington Papers
The Chicago Daily News

The Department of African American Studies at Weinberg College

The Encyclopedia of Chicago
The Negro in Chicago – Gang History

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Louisiana and Americas



African American Studies at LSU
Afro-Louisiana History - Slavery
Black Heritage Gallery
Colonial Louisiana
Guide to African American Genealogical Research in New Orleans and Louisiana
Louisiana Black Women
Louisiana Department of Education
Louisiana - History and Culture
Martin Luther King, Jr. and Black History Month
Native American - Internet Resources
New Orleans Jazz
The Amistad Research Center

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Michigan and Americas



African Americans in Michigan
Brown vs the Board of Education
Charles H.Wright Museum of African American History
Department of African American Studies at EMU
Detroit Opera House
Elijah McCoy
Gratz and Hamacher Grutter v. The Regents of the University of Michigan
Idlewild African American Chamber of Commerce
Michigan in The Civil War
Michigan People of Color
Michigan State University
Michigan State University Museum
The Flint - Michigan Sit Down Strike 1936-1937

The Michigan Consortium for Minority Health and Academics Development

University of Michigan
University of Detroit Mercy Black Abolitionist Archive

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Maryland and Americas


Afro American Newspapers
Baltimore County Public Library
Black Boys and Native Sons
Center for Minority Engineering Scholarships
Diversity Web University of Maryland
Jefferson Patterson Park & Museum - St. Leonard, MD
Maryland Public Television
Maryland's State Black Saga Competition
Southern Maryland Culture

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Massachusetts and Americas


AMA Boston
Black Christian Fellowship at MIT
Hall of Black Achievement - Bridgewater State College
The Faces of Science: African Americans in the Sciences
Harvard's Black Men's Forum
Harvard's First African American Librarian
Harvard University: Department of Folklore and Mythology
Massachusetts Civil War Resource Center
Papers of George Washington
W.E.B. Du Bois Institute for Afro-American Research

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Mississippi and Americas


African Ancestry in Mississippi
Black Mississippi
Black Mississippi Family and the Ku Klux Klan
Civil Rights in Mississippi USM
Lower Mississippi Delta: African American Heritage
Mississippi Burning
Mississippi Civil Rights
Mississippi's African-American Authors
Mississippi and Freedom Summer
National Society of Black Engineers at MSU
Vicksburg National Military Park

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Missouri and Americas



African Missouri
Afro Americans in Missouri
Black Archives of Mid America
City Sights Cultural Tours
Glimpses of African American Presence in Missouri
Missouri Compromise
Missouri Historical Society
Missouri's Culture
Seeking St. Louis
University of Missouri Press


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New Hampshire

New Hampshire and Americas



Black History in New Hampshire
New Hampshire
New Hampshire Heritage
New Hampshire Historical Society
Portsmouth - New Hampshire - Black Elders
Seacoast New Hampmshire Black History
University of New Hampshire


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New Jersey

New Jersey and Americas



African American Professors at NJIT
Black NJ - Our Community
Cemetery in Port Republic, New Jersey
MBA - New Jersey Chapter
Montclair State University, African American Studies Links
New Jersey
New Jersey Commission on Higher Education
New Jersey Guide to African American Sites (Burlington County)
New Jersey Online - Career Center
NYPL Digital Images of African Americans from the 19th Century-Schomburg
Status of Minorities in Higher Education
The Civil War 1861 - 1865
Tour Guide to African American Historic Sites


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Ohio and Americas


African American Experience in Ohio
African Americans in Southeastern Ohio
African American Websites
Central State University
Department of African American and African Studies - Ohio State University
Ohio - Civil War
Ohio Historical Society
Ohio University
The African American Experience in Ohio
The African American Experience in Southern Ohio


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Pennsylvania and Americas



African Studies Center University of Pennsylvania
Association of American Colleges and Universities
Banned Books Online University of Pennsylvania
Black Cultural Center
CFP: Civil Rights Movement
Department of Africana Studies, University of Pittsburgh
Diversity Web for Higher Education - Eastern University
Guide to the Pennsylvania State Archives
Pennsylvania - Civil War
Pennsylvania Department of Education
Pennsylvania Subject African Americans
Race and Place: African American Community Histories
School District of Pennsylvania
Shippensburg University - African American Studies - Internet Resources
The New Observer
The Online Books Page University of Pennsylvania
The Philadelphia Tribune
University of Pennsylvania


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Tennessee and Americas



African-American Women in Tennessee
African Ancestry in Tennessee
Black Health Care Commission
Lane College
Profiles of African Americans in Tennessee
Tennessee State University
Tennessee Tribune


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Texas and Americas



African American News and Issues
Black Cowboys
Black Dallas
Black Houston
Center for African and African American Studies
Dallas Black Dance Theater
Documentary Arts: Texas African American Photography Archives (TAPP)
Houston Minority Business Directory
Seminole Indian Scouts Cemetery Association (SISCA) Brackettville - Texas
Texas Almanac
Texas - Civil War
Texas Historical Society


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Delaware Flag
Delaware and Americas


A History of African Americans of Delaware and Maryland's Eastern Shore
Blacks' Who Have Served As Elected Officials in Delaware
Delaware - Civil Rights 
Iron Hill School
Mighty Oaks ; Five Black Educators
The Great Blacks In Wax Museum
University of Delaware Library


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District of Columbia

Washington, D.C. and Americas

Black Women in Sisterhood
Documents from Freedom
Explore DC
Fighting for the Lives of African Americans
Washington, D.C.
Washington, D.C. - Civil War 
Washington Convention Center
Washington National Cathedral
Washington Office on Latin Americans


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Connecticut Flag

Connecticut and Americas


African Americans in Connecticut
BJHS Units of Study
Clark Farm Tenant House
Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection 
Prince Whipple: Symbol of African Americans at the Battle of Trenton
Yale, Slavery and Abolitionists


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