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         African-american Studies Slavery:     more books (100)
  1. The Wisdom Of W.E.B. Du Bois by Aberjhani, 2003-08-01
  2. Dismantling Black Manhood: An Historical and Literary Analysis of the Legacy of Slavery (Studies in African American History and Culture) by Daniel P. Black, 1997-02-01
  3. The African-American Family in Slavery and Emancipation (Studies in Modern Capitalism) by Wilma A. Dunaway, 2003-04-14
  4. The origins of American slavery and racism (African Afro-American studies series) by Donald L Noel, 1972
  5. Loopholes and Retreats (Forecaast (Forum for European Contributions to the African American Studies))
  6. Shadow of the Plantation (Black and African-American Studies) by Charles Johnson, 1996-01-01
  7. 2011 Slavery to White House Calendar by African American Expressions, 2010-09-24
  8. SLAVERY ON LONG ISLAND (Studies in African American History and Culture) by Moss, 1993-03-01
  9. From Slavery to the White House 2010 Wall Calendar by African American Expressions, 2009-09-01
  10. Remembering Slavery: African Americans Talk About Their Personal Experiences of Slavery and Emancipation (with MP3 Audio CD)
  11. The Invisible War: African American Anti-Slavery Resistance from the Stono Rebellion through the Seminole Wars
  12. African American Visual Arts: From Slavery to the Present by Celeste-Marie Bernier, 2008-11-01
  13. Self-Taught: African American Education in Slavery and Freedom (The John Hope Franklin Series in African American History and Culture) by Heather Andrea Williams, 2007-02-26
  14. African American Humor: The Best Black Comedy from Slavery to Today (The Library of Black America series) by Mel Watkins, 2002-08-01

1. African-American Studies: Slavery In Massachusetts
SLAVERY IN MASSACHUSETTS. As if those three millions had fought for the rightto be free themselves, but to hold in slavery three million others.
African-American Studies:
Slavery in Massachusetts
by Henry David Thoreau (1854)
Last update: 01/05/01

2. African American History - Black History Resources - Academic Info
Resource provided by this educational CDROM offers a large collection of links to information about african-american history. Black History Quest. african-american History, Culture, and Black studies Resources AMERICAN SLAVE NARRATIVES. AFRICANS slavery HISTORY IN AMERICA
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3. Keele University : American Studies
Literature and history written by and on African Americans.Category Society Ethnicity African africanamerican Literature...... Washington, Booker T. Up from slavery; The Awakening of the Negro TheAwakening of the Negro; Center for African American studies at UCLA.
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4. UGA African American Studies
Univ. of Georgia's Institute for African American studies posts several brief biographical sketches of key figures in africanamerican history. of the curriculum at the Institute for African American studies is devoted to creative research on the Thomas Jefferson and urged Jefferson to work for the abolition of slavery.
African Americans have played a vital role in the history and culture of their country since its founding. An important part of the curriculum at the Institute for African American Studies is devoted to creative research on the lives and work of prominent African Americans and to placing them within their cultural context. On this page you will find brief biographical sketches of several key figures in African American history.
Benjamin Banneker
Benjamin Banneker's Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland and Virginia Almanack and Epheremis, published during the years 1792-1797. He retired from tobacco farming to concentrate wholly upon his studies. He corresponded with Thomas Jefferson and urged Jefferson to work for the abolition of slavery.
Sojourner Truth
Sojourner Truth, a nationally known speaker on human rights for slaves and women, was born Isabella Baumfree, a slave in Hurley, New York, and spoke only Dutch during her childhood. Sold and resold, denied her choice in husband, and treated cruelly by her masters, Truth ran away in 1826, leaving all but one of her children behind. After her freedom was bought for $25, she moved to New York City in 1829 and became a member of the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church. In 1853, she helped form a utopian community called "The Kingdom," at Sing Sing, New York, which was soon disbanded following the death and possible murder of its leader. Truth was implicated in the scandal but courageously fought the falsehoods aimed at her. After the death of her son, she took the name Sojourner Truth to signify her new role as traveler telling the truth about slavery. She set out on June 1, 1843, walking for miles in a northeasterly direction with 25 cents in her pocket, and rested only when she found lodging offered by either rich or poor. First she attended religious meetings, then began to hold meetings herself that would bring audience members to tears. As she logged mile after mile, her fame grew and her reputation preceded her. Truth's popularity was enhanced by her biography written by the abolitionist Olive Gilbert, with a preface written by William Lloyd Garrison. In 1864, she was invited to the White House, where President Abraham Lincoln personally received her. Later she served as a counselor for the National Freedman's Relief Association, retiring in 1875 to Battle Creek, Michigan.

5. African-American Studies Scholarly Resources
in the Field of African American studies held by Selections from the AfricanAmericanMosaic A Library slavery and Antislavery, a Bibliography of Recent
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6. African-American Studies Scholarly Resources
africanamerican studies. Scholarly Resources to the Study of Black History and Culture. slavery and Antislavery, a Bibliography of Recent Works in English (Part I)
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7. K-12: African-American Resources
Supervisor of African and African American studies (Mrs. Dianne S American HistoryResources on African American history, art, as well as slavery, and Civil
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These are some of the resources that pertain to African-American studies. Culture Connection Programs
    A monthly series of programs hosted by Dr. Carolyn L. Holmes, Supervisor of African and African American Studies (Mrs. Dianne S. Partee, former Curriculum Specialist was the co-host during 1995 to 2002). The program highlights topics, issues and themes that reflect the diverse African and African American cultural and historical experiences.
African and African-American Resources,
    This information has been made accessible by the Reference Department of the Thomas Jefferson Library of the University of Missouri-St. Louis.This homepage supplies links to information, articles, and narratives about the State's history taken from sources such as the Official Manual of the State of Missouri, Preservation Issues by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, the African American Heritage of St. Louis by the St. Louis Public Library
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    Resources on African American history, art, as well as Slavery, and Civil Rights.

8. African-American History And Studies
studies in the World History of slavery, Abolition and Emancipation (sponsoredby HNet); National Association of African American studies, Inc.
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    A nearly comprehensive list of web sites Africans of the Diaspora.
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    from the Library of Congress Exhibitions.
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    the "Daniel A. P. Murray Pamphlet Collection presents a panoramic and
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    Case (text online) Conflict of Abolition and slavery Important Black Biography LibraryWEB DuBois Institute Premier africanamerican studies center in the
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    and Education slavery Women. For guides to print information in the libraryon this topic, see africanamerican Literature, african-american studies and
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    : a very thorough site from the University of Pennsylvania
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    : reference and research sources on African Americans

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    Roadmap to African-American Resources
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    Africa Data Dissemination Service Africa South of the Sahara : searchable. African Journals Online : citations and abstracts African National Congress African Studies Quarterly : online full-text journal.

    13. African-American Studies
    slavery and Slaving in World History A GENERAL AfroAmerican studies A comprehensivesite compiled African American Desk Reference Quick reference source for

    14. LSU Libraries - African-Americana
    Southern currency did not feature images of slavery. Callaloo The premier Africanand africanamerican literary journal works by and critical studies of black
    African Americana
    Contents General Guides Bibliographies Catalogs Exhibits
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    African American Web Connection
    A large collection of African American resources covering many subjects.
    American Studies Web
    A bibliography of web-based resources in the field of American Studies which includes a section specifically for African Americans listed under "Race, Ethnicity and Identity."
    The Amistad Research Center
    One of the nation's largest repositories specializing in the history of African Americans. Contains, for the most part, descriptions of the collections (manuscripts, art, periodicals) of the Center located on the campus of Tulane University, New Orleans, LA.
    "The place to find anything and everything BLACK on the Net!" A "Yahoo-style" subject directory of Internet resources.
    Universal Black Pages
    Extensive web connections, including events calendars, organizational connections, education, culture and more.
    A bibliography to selected LSU Libraries reference resources.
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    15. Program In African-American Studies
    see American studies 324) 333 africanamerican Politics (see Politics 333) 336 Raceand American Politics (see Politics 336) 354 Concept and History of slavery
    Program in African-American Studies Approaches to African-American Studies
    Not offered 1997-98
    Introduction to the study of various expressions and interpretations of African-American nationalism. The course will emphasize the black nationalism(s) that emerged during and after the civil rights era of the 1960s, as well as earlier articulations in such works as those of David Walker and Marcus Garvey. It will have an intensive writing component and will satisfy the University writing requirement. Two 90-minute seminars.
    Introduction to the Study of African-American Cultural Practices Spring II/SA
    An interdisciplinary examination of the complex array of African-American cultural practices from slavery to postmodern times. Close readings of classic texts will seek to provide a profound grasp of the dynamics of African-American thought and practices. Two lectures, one preceptorial. Staff
    Introductory Research Methods in African-American Studies (also Sociology 202) Spring II/SA
    Two themes are emphasized: first, critical examination of existing research on African-Americans; second, the formulation of newer methodologies. The case study procedure is used in examining many noted works. Also examined are works on IQ. New methodologies include content analysis of literature, measurement of IQ, and others. One three-hour seminar.

    16. Afro-American Studies
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    17. African American Studies - SLCC Library Services
    site and PBS television series explores America's journey through slavery. BlackHistory Quest africanamerican History, Culture, and Black studies Resources.
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    REFERENCE Afro-American Almanac
    "An on-line presentation of the African in America. A historical perspective of a nation, its people, and its cultural evolution. From the beginning of the slave trade through the Civil Rights movement, to the present." Sections include Biographies, E-Books, Historical Documents, Historical Events, Folk Tales, and more.
    Perspectives in American Literature : A Research and Reference Guide. Harlem Renaissance, 1919-1937

    U.S. Census Bureau. The Black Population of the United States

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    A broad listing of available Internet resources.
    African Missouri

    "…links to information, articles and narratives about the State's history…" Maintained by Ann Taylor, University of Missouri-St. Louis.

    18. Resources For Africa & African-American Studies
    From slavery to Freedom The africanamerican Pamphlet links to Internet sites devotedto african-american literature and historical studies or involved
    Resources for African American Studies
    Bibliographer : Peter Brush Telephone E-Mail Description of Vanderbilt collection Databases From the Heard Library Research Databases webpage. Internet directories
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    To internet resouces on Africa and African-American studies. Organizations and institutions National, and international. Journals From the Heard Library E-Journals webpage. Archives, documents
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    Links to online resources. African-American Studies Program at Vanderbilt Program description and courses. Vanderbilt University Heard Library College of Arts and Science Central Library Resources by Subject Last updated 2/14/02 Please send comments to Peter Brush
    Internet directories and guides Africa Resource Center C omprehensive African Educational web portal. Africa south of the Sahara Selected internet resources African American Networking Using electronic communication to share information African American Studies WWW Resources Gateway to web links BLACK Quest
    Links to Africa and African American resource sites The Black World Today purpose is to chronicle the daily social, political, cultural, and economic realities of Black communities and realities

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    20. African American Studies
    African American studies. africanamerican Reactions to War in Ethiopia, 1936–1941. AmericanNegro slavery A Survey of the Supply, Employment and Control of
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    (See Author Listing for prices and complete bibliographic data.) The symbol denotes a book that is available by special order only from Lightning Source. Individual bookbuyers can purchase Lightning Source titles only through their bookseller. Booksellers can purchase Lightning Source titles only through Ingram. A. Philip Randolph, Pioneer of the Civil Rights Movement. Pfeffer. Absolute Massacre: The New Orleans Race Riot of July 30, 1866. Hollandsworth. Harris. Africans in Colonial Louisiana: The Development of Afro-Creole Culture in the Eighteenth Century. Hall. Afro-American Writing Today: An Anniversary Issue of the Southern Review. Olney. American Negro Slavery: A Survey of the Supply, Employment and Control of Negro Labor as Determined by the Plantation Regime. Phillips Anatomy of a Lynching: The Killing of Claude Neal.

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