Library of Congress A Library of Congress guide for studying black history, focusing in particular on colonization, abolition, migrations, and the WPA. It taps the library’s collections, including books, periodicals, prints, photographs, music, film,
New York Public Library
A gateway to the Schomburg Center's resources, with extensive materials on many topics on African American history, including original documents, images, online exhibitions, and details on their extensive collection.
"Through Digital Du Bois, the Department of Special Collections and University Archives offers access to a variety of electronic resources, including selections of Dr. Du Bois's writings, exhibits about his life and times, scans of photographs, and links to resources at other institutions."
Duke University Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library The site includes several digitized collections of rare documents, including collections on African American Women, slavery, and William Grant Still.
Lawson State Community College's "Salute to Black History" provides links, quotes, photos, etc. "to enrich your knowledge of the past and present and the selfless contributions made by just a FEW of the MANY great Black distinguished individuals that have
"The set covers the modern history of the Middle East and North Africa, with major sections on Colonialism and Imperialism, the World Wars, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the United Nations involvement in the region.
"Each country in the region is reviewed, detailing its population, economy and government. With 3,000 nonpartisan articles written by specialists in anthropology, history, political science, religion and social sciences, this four-volume set is an indispensable tool in understanding the region's people, places, events and ideas."