|Encyclopædia Britannica Guide to Black History
African-American history Achebe, Chinua African architecture African art African dance African literature African music African religions AIDS Afrocentrism Aksum American Colonization Society apartheid Asante empire Mandela, Nelson Punt Rwanda Shaka Slavery in the 21st Century
Library of Congress :African American Odyssey: A Quest for Full Citizenship
African American history Slavery--The Peculiar Institution Free Blacks i the Antebellum Period Abolition The Civil War Reconstruction Booker T. Washington Era World War I and Postwar Society Depression, New Deal, and World War II Civil Rights
Virginia Black History Archives
African American history oral history videos Separate But Not Equal: Race, Education, and Prince Edward County, Virginia and The Virginia Civil Rights Movement Video Initiative
Black Codes : Jim Crow legislation
Black Codes Jim Crow legislation Reconstruction Freedmen’s Bureau Radical Republicans black history african-american history united states history
Time Line of African American History 1852-1925
TimeLine of African American History black history United States History
Timeline of Black History at Virginia Tech : 1890 - 2000
... chronicles important individuals, groups, events and dates, outstanding achievements, and newspaper articles pertaining to the history of African-Americans in the university and the community Oral Histories African American history united states history
African Americans: Black History through Photography
From Eastmanhouse Education, experience nuances of the African American experience during the Civil War as captured in period photographs.
New York Times: Unearthing History: Frederick Douglass
John Noble Wilford describes the work archaeologists are undertaking at the Wye plantation, where Frederick Douglass lived as a slave.
Digital History: The March on Washington
On August 28, 1963, over 200,000 people gathered around the Washington Monument and marched eight-tenths of a mile to the Lincoln Memorial demanding civil rights, integrated schools, and decent housing.
Montgomery Bus Boycott
When Rosa Parks refused on the afternoon of Dec. 1, 1955, to give up her bus seat so that a white man could sit, it is unlikely that she fully realized the forces she had set into motion and the controversy that would soon swirl around her.
USF Africana Heritage Project
The project's mission is to rediscover precious records that document the names and lives of former slaves, freedpersons and their descendants, and share those records on this free Internet site.