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  1. AIDS education for African-American and white school children in one state: African-American students received less.: An article from: Journal of Evolutionary Psychology by Rusell Eisenman, 2002-03-01
  2. African Tales.(Book Review): An article from: Folklore by Ruth Finnegan, 2006-04-01
  3. Manual of Egyptian Archeology by Gaston CamilleCharles Maspero, 2008-02-04
  4. Uncommon Ground, Archeology & Early African America 1650-1800, by Leland, Ferguson, 1992
  5. Black Magic: Religion and the African-American Conjuring Tradition.(Book Review): An article from: Folklore by Michael Pickering, 2005-08-01
  6. The Weans by robert nathan, 1966
  7. Cento Objets Disparus / One Hundre Missing Objects : Pillage En Afrique / Looting in Africa by Rosemary Andrade, Ndeonika Manang, 1997
  8. The intensive survey of area B of the Johnson State Office Building project: African-American historic occupation in Austin, Texas (Archeology series) by James William Karbula, 2000
  9. An Ethnoarchaeological Analysis of Human Functional Dynamics in the Volta Basin of Ghana: Before and After the Akosombo Dam (Mellen Studies in Archeology) by Emmanuel Kofi Agorsah, 2004-02
  10. For the City Yet to Come: Changing African Life in Four Cities.(Book Review): An article from: Journal of Cultural Geography by Garth Myers, 2005-09-22
  11. The pursuit of postsecondary education: a comparison of first nations, African, Asian, and European Canadian Youth.(Report): An article from: Canadian Review of Sociology by Victor Thiessen, 2009-02-01
  12. Olorgesailie: Archeological Studies of a Middle Pleistocene Lake Basin in Kenya (Prehistoric Archeology and Ecology) by Glynn Llywelyn Isaac, Barbara Isaac, 1977-06
  13. Nelson Mandela's Favorite African Folktales.(Book Review): An article from: Marvels & Tales by Jessica Tiffin, 2005-10-01
  14. "We're Rooted Here and They Can't Pull Us up": Essays In African Canadian Women's History. (book reviews): An article from: The Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology by Christina Simmons, 1996-02-01

81. African American Studies - 3- V
Videotapes, Films, Slide/Tape. african American Studies Part 1 Part2 Part 3. To quickly find a specific title, check the Title Index.
Videotapes, Films, Slide/Tape African American Studies
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Part 2 To quickly find a specific title, check the Title Index Miles of Smiles: Years of Struggle VHS or 16mm, 60 min., 1983, Study guide available Bringing to light a little-known chapter in American civil rights and labor history, this film tells the story of black pullman porters. Working for tips, the porters provided elegant personal service to overnight railroad passengers for 100 years after the Civil War. Rebuked by white organized labor, they miraculously formed the first black American trade union in 1925 under the leadership of A. Phillip Randolph. Persistence of the Spirit VHS, 32 min., 1986, Study guide available For the first time, the life and accomplishments, the struggle and hard labor of black Arkansans from territorial days to the present are documented with rare photographs, maps, illustrations, newspapers, and lively scholarly interpretation. The story is organized into five chronological time periods: Black Pioneers Before 1803, No Share in the Harvest: 1803-1860, First Freedom: 1860-1900, Tell 'Em We're Risin': 1900-1954, and We Speak for Ourselves: 1954-1986. See also:
Persistence of the Spirit
A Profile of Four Black Women: Look Upon Them and Be Renewed VHS or 16mm, 40 min., 1981 Study guide available

82. ArchNet: Regions / Africa And Near East
Resources for african Archaeology. Leptiminus Archaeological Project, Tunisia Universityof Michigan; african Studies Department University of Pennsylvania;
Resources for African Archaeology
Internet resources related to archaeological sub-regions of Africa and the Near East. To register your server click here Updated: December, 2001

83. ArchNet: Electronic Journals
Archaeology. Updated November, 2001. Aerial Archaeology Newsletter;african American Archaeology Newsletter; african Archaeology Review;
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84. March 2001 News Releases- The Maryland Department Of Housing And Community Devel
CROWNSVILLE, MD (March 21, 2001) Current Research in africanAmerican Archeologyin Maryland Past Perceptions, Future Trends is the theme of the 36th
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Spring Symposium Slated for April 7 in Crownsville CROWNSVILLE, MD (March 21, 2001) "Current Research in African-American Archeology in Maryland: Past Perceptions, Future Trends" is the theme of the 36th Annual Spring Symposium on Archeology scheduled for Saturday, April 7. The public is invited to learn about the discoveries being made by an increasing number of archeological investigations focusing on African-Americans in Maryland and how these discoveries are broadening the interpretation of American culture. The symposium is being hosted by the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development's (DHCD) Office of Archeology in conjunction with the Archeological Society of Maryland, Inc. The daylong program will be held at the People's Resource Center, 100 Community Place, Crownsville. Possible archeological evidence of African cultural traditions in America such as ritual caches and other "Africanisms," will be discussed as well as how the African-American past is being preserved and interpreted to the public. Eight speakers will present information on the development of African-American archeology, with a particular emphasis on Maryland.

85. Center For African And African American Studies
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The Department of Anthropology at The University of Texas at Austin offers M.A. and Ph.D. specializations in African Diaspora Studies. The African Diaspora Graduate Program in Anthropology , established in 1992 with the collaboration of the Center for African and African American Studies, employs the theories and methods of anthropology in comparative research on African-descended communities. While recognizing the global nature of the African Diaspora, faculty research is primarily concentrated in North, Central, and South America, the Caribbean, Europe, and Africa. Course offerings focus on transnational socioeconomic and cultural patterns, particularly as they relate to the legacies of slavery and the establishment of contemporary social and cultural formations.

86. CRM Archive Issue 19-10   Forensic Archeology: A Humanistic Science
Engaging the Public Through Mortuary archeology at Philadelphia’s FirstAfrican Baptist Church Cemeteries. Crist, Thomas AJ; Roberts, Daniel G.

87. Unisa Online - Anthropology And Archaeology
From the 1 st of June 2002 Antropology and archeology studies is part of the Departmentof Anthropology, Archaeology, Geography and Environmental studies.
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88. African Studies - Art And Archaeology
african Studies Internet Resources. african Studies. Email africa Studies Internet Resources home. WWW Virtual Library.
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89. Jenne-jeno, An Ancient African City
Jennejeno, an ancient african city. Susan Keech McIntosh and RoderickJ. McIntosh. Roderick and Susan McIntosh excavated at Jenne
Jenne-jeno, an ancient African city Susan Keech McIntosh and Roderick J. McIntosh Roderick and Susan McIntosh excavated at Jenne-jeno and neighboring sites in 1977 and 1981 and returned in 1994 for coring and more survey, with funding from the National Science Foundation of the United States, the American Association of University Women, and the National Geographic Society (1994). This research formed the basis of their Ph.D. dissertations at Cambridge University and the University of California at Santa Barbara, respectively. The McIntoshes have published two monographs and numerous articles on their archaeological research in the Middle Niger. They are professors of anthropology at Rice University in Houston, Texas, and they continue to collaborate with Malian colleagues from the Institut des Sciences Humaines on research along the Middle Niger.
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The early settlement at Jenne-jeno. (Pl. 2) have yielded the hulls of domesticated rice, sorghum, millet, and various wild swamp grasses. The population that settled at Jenne-jeno used and worked iron, fashioning the metal into both jewelry and tools. This is interesting , since there are no sources of iron ore in the floodplain. The earliest inhabitants of Jenne-jeno were already trading with areas outside the region. They also imported stone grinders and beads. The presence of two Roman or Hellenistic beads in the early levels suggests that a few very small trade goods were reaching West Africa, probably after changing hands through many intermediaries. We have not detected any evidence of influences from the Mediterranean world on the local societies at this time.

90. Bigchalk: HomeworkCentral: Reference (African-American History)
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  • 92. RomanSites • Archaeology — Reports On 32 Websites
    Breccia gialla di Ciro, marmo africano = /Marmor Luculleum/ = african marble, paonazzodi Ciro (?paonazzetto di Ciro), lumachella d'Atene = Athenian marble*/Topics/A
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    Home Using RomanSites Search RomanSites To add a site Linking to this site This is one of the 27 non-overlapping subject pages of RomanSites.
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    For the others, see the RomanSites homepage LacusCurtius If you can read this, you've come here by a local link, you have a rather weak browser or you've overridden my color settings for links. You've also got very good eyes. Never mind; if the "What's New" to the right appears as an unvisited link, there is a new item on this page you haven't seen: WHAT'S NEW?
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    Museo Archeologico di Bologna e-mail URI last checked: 10/23/01 Report confirmed Aug 99 LANG: Italian/English One of the best museum websites. Cascading small pages; indexed here along the English, but it is strictly parallel to the Italian.

    93. Texas Historical Commission
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    African Americans in Texas Buffalo Soldier African Americans in Texas: Historical and Cultural Legacies
    The rich historical and cultural legacy of African Americans in Texas is a mosaic inlaid with memories and experiences dating back to the first Spanish expeditions in the early-16th century. Since then, African American influence is seen in every period of Texas history. Today visitors can experience first hand the places and people that shaped Texas history
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    94. 300 Multiple Choices
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    It is largely about the individuals, institutions, and trends involved in Africanarcheology, and seems a bit out of place with the other largely descriptive
    Joseph Vogel's edited volume is a welcome compendium of topics on pre-colonial Africa. It brings together an impressive array of authors, topics, and ideas that will allow the book to serve as a reference for those needing to venture outside their specializations on Africa. African history can suffer from the same problem that other colonized areas experience in the minds of many, that is the assumption that its history starts with colonialism because a comparative abundance of records from that era exists. This volume, then, serves the wider purpose of bringing, in an easily accessible way, some balance to this problem. The encyclopedia format is useful, not so much for ease of reference, but for the shorter pieces contained in the volume, allowing a much more amplified breadth than would otherwise be possible. After a fairly comprehensive introduction, the book is organized into five sections dealing with African environments, histories of research, technology, people and agriculture, and the prehistory of Africa. Regrettably, the shortest section is on African environments. It covers an enormous range of time and space in too few pages. Given the large interest in various disciplinary communities with the type and extent of vegetation zones existing prior to recorded history, it is surprising that this topic is given such short treatment.

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