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"Been Here So Long" - Selections from the WPA Slave Narratives
In the 1930s, the WPA collected the narratives of 2,300 former slaves, some through interviews, and some through their own writings. There are 17 here along with lesson plans that examine the narratives. Includes links to other online sources of slave narratives.
366th Infantry Home Page
The home page for the 366th Infantry, an all-black regiment that fought in World War II. Has lots of information about African Americans in the military then and now and a lot of links.
Aboard a Slave Ship, 1829
Although the United States had banned the importation of slaves, the trade continued. The author was aboard one of the ships patrolling the seas off the coast of Africa, boarding suspected slave ships and confiscating the ships when slaves were found. The site includes his firsthand account of the wretched conditions.
Africa Online
A gateway site for many African sites divided into sections such as Business & Finance, Sports, Travel, Education, Health, Music and more. Focuses on Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Kenya, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe. Includes current weather and news information.
African - American Experience in Ohio
This selection of manuscript and printed text and images drawn from the collections of the Ohio Historical Society illuminates the history of black Ohio from 1850 to 1920, a story of slavery and freedom, segregation and integration, religion and politics, migrations and restrictions, harmony and discord, and struggles and successes. An American Memory collection from the Library of Congress.
African - American History
Huge site of links. Includes Civil Rights & Politics, Society & Culture, Kwanzaa books, Creative Arts and more.
African American Civil War Memorial to U.S. Colored Troops
Information on this memorial in Washington, DC honoring the African Americans who served in the Civil War. Includes a brief history of the troops, photos and more.
African American History
Documents important events in African-American history. Divided into five segments: The Dred Scott Case 1857; After the Civil War 1865-1900; Early Civil Rights Struggles 1945-1955; The Civil Rights Movement 1955-1965 and School Integration 1955-1975.
African American History - Digital Library
A large number of links to African American history sites.
African American History Through the Arts
Sections: Traditional African Art, Africans in European Art, Pre-Civil War Art, Images Since Reconstruction, and 20th Century Art. Each section focuses on types of art or artists.

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