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This site provides an analysis of the French Canadian/Indian raid on Deerfield in 1704 and its causes and impact on the... see more

This site is a companion to the Public Broadcasting Company series, "Africans in America." It traces the history of... see more

This website is the product of a six-year project at Kenyon College. Students studied the cultural effects of the... see more

In anticipation of the 50th anniversary of "Brown v. Board of Education," several educators put together this site to... see more

Pathways to Freedom: Maryland and the Underground Railroad has been designed to help Maryland students in Grades 4 and 8... see more

Tangled Roots is a research project about the shared history of African Americans and Irish Americans. The purpose of the... see more

This song lyrics sheet forms a part of a social studies unit on Afro-Ecuadorians that I've posted here. The song... see more

People make choices. Choices make history.  Facing History and Ourselves provides ideas, methods, and tools that support... see more

In Motion: The African-American Migration Experience presents more than 16,500 pages of texts, 8,300 illustrations, and... see more

According to the site, "Faculty members from across City University of New York campuses have worked together to create... see more

Web guide to primary source materials on the Civil War and Reconstruction, 1860 - 1877 online at the Library of Congress,... see more

This companion site to the PBS special "Reconstruction: The Second Civil War" offers insights into late 19th century... see more

The 1,280 images in this collection have been selected from a wide range of sources, most of them dating from the period... see more

This is a companion site to the PBS documentary "The Rise and Fall of Jim Crow," a study of segregation and racial... see more

Jacob Lawrence (1917-2000) was "the first American artist of African descent to receive sustained mainstream recognition... see more

This lesson has students analyzing lynching postcards from the site withoutsanctuary.org.  A simple writing prompt will... see more

According to the "Project Overview," Digital Durham "offers students, teachers, and researchers a range of primary... see more

This web-based educational role-playing game simulates the experience of fugitive slaves in the American South before the... see more

The Louis Round Wilson Special Collections Library at UNC (Chapel Hill) is presenting 1 document per day that is 150... see more

This web site presents information and documents that examine the freedmen's colony on Roanoke Island, NC, during the... see more

"Using primary sources from a variety of newspapers, periodicals, and other documentary materials, this projects provides... see more

'An unusual exhibit of photographs of middle-class African Americans at the Paris Expo of 1900 was a declaration of war... see more

This site presents a general overrview of the nature of slavery in the southern United States, drawing upon actual... see more

The Photographs and Prints Division of the Schomburg Center is devoted to collecting and preserving images documenting... see more