Recent Acquisitions in African-American History &
Literature

Related African-American History & Literature Resources

University of Virginia Resources

  • Afro-American Resources in Virginia: A Guide to Manuscripts by Michael Plunkett, Director of Special Collections, University of Virginia Library

  • Database of African-American Poetry, 1760-1900
    Restricted by license to UVa users and other members of the VIVA Consortium only

  • Electronic Texts from Special Collections
    Includes a selection of African-American materials from the Special Collections Department

  • An Appeal to Congress for Impartial Suffrage by Frederick Douglass (from the Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia Library)

  • "The Color Line"by Frederick Douglass (from the Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia Library)

  • The Future of the Colored Race by Frederick Douglass (from the Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia Library)

  • Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave by Frederick Douglass (from the Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia Library)

  • My Escape from Slavery by by Frederick Douglass (from the Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia Library)

  • Reconstruction by Frederick Douglass (from the Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia Library)

  • Resources from Other Institutions

  • African-American History Resources from the Universal Black Pages

  • African-American History Resources in Yahoo

  • The African-American Journey (from WorldBook)

  • African-American Literature Resources in Yahoo

  • The African-American Mosaic A Library of Congress Resource Guide for the Study of Black History and Culture.

  • African-American Pamphlets from the Daniel A. P. Murray Collection, 1818-1907, Rare Book and Special Collections Division, Library of Congress

  • African-American Studies resources from Yale University Libraries

  • Black History Museum Exhibits from the AFRO-American Newspapers of Baltimore, Maryland

  • Education First's Black History Treasure Hunt

  • Ethnic Studies Resources (from the University of Southern California Libraries)
    Numerous links to resources on African-American history, literature, music, politics and religion, including full texts of many African-American materials

  • Harlem Renaissance Bibliography from Center for Electronic Projects in American Culture Studies, Georgetown University

  • Harlem Renaissance Links (from the Circle Association, Buffalo, New York)

  • National Museum of African Art

  • The Souls of Black Folk by W.E.B. DuBois (from Project Bartleby, Columbia University)

  • Third Person, First Person (Slave Voices From The Special Collections Library, Duke University)

  • Home Library Web Special Collections
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