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  • Africa South of the Sahara: presents selected internet resources related to Africa
  • African American Webliography: A project of Louisana State University Libraries with an extensive list of web resources, bibliographies, cataogues and more. 
  • 'African-American Yellow Pages' at the University of Virginia: Links to digital resources under a number of headings including history, literature and art
  • Afro-Louisiana History and Genealogy 1718-1820: a user-friendly, searchable, online database that is freely accessible. Dr. Gwendolyn Midlo Hall, a noted New Orleans writer and historian, painstakingly uncovered the background of 100,000 slaves who were brought to Louisiana in the 18th and 19th centuries.
  • Art Cyclopedia: An encyclopaedic search engine of artists with browser options and information on Art Movements, pages include links to artists’ images, museums and galleries holding works, articles and reference sites
  • Best of History Websites: A site providing annotated links to over 1200 history websites categorized by period and place, including ‘U.S. History South Slavery’
  • Caribbean Cultural Studies: A website with numerous resources relating particularly to theoretical engagement with cultural studies of the Caribbean, including readings lists
  • Diaspora Artists: is an innovative online research and reference facility centred on visual arts practice by artists from a plurality of diasporic backgrounds including African/African-Caribbean/South Asian and other diasporas.
  • Digital Harlem Everyday Life 1915-1930: A site focussing around an interactive map based on legal records, newspapers, other archival and published sources which allows multiple search results of events, people and places to displayed on the same map.
  • Google Scholar: Provides a broad search of scholarly literature
  • A Guide to Harlem Renaissance Materials: A list on online resources both internal and external complied by the Library of Congress
  • History Matters: a gateway to online resources and a repository of unique materials relating to American History, with a full index of all resources on the site.
  • The History of Jim Crow: Historical essays addressing a wide variety of themes, from: Passing for white: First Account Narratives to; The Historic Black Press, which are a good starting point for exploring the Jim Crow era.
  • Institute of Historical Research: providing resources for historians including online articles events advertising and Making History a project tracing the role of historians in the development of the subject with sections on black History and African history providing bibliographies and further links
  • Milestones in Black History: A site which contains a chronological list of events which shaped black history in America and provides links to various related primary sources such as Biographies and Videos relating to the Scottsboro Boys, Lincoln's Preliminary Emancipation Proclamation, and reactions to President Obama's election.
  • 'Race' Are We So Different: A Project of the American Anthropological Association: Exploring Biology and Human Variation, Lived Experience, and three comparative timelines on the U.S. Government, Science and Society
  • Southern Freedom Movement: Web Links: An Extensive list of Web links relating to the Civil Rights Movement. Categorised by key people, events, themes, and movements.
  • The Transatlantic Slave Trade Database: A fully searchable database with information on almost 35,000 slaving voyages, including an African names database and an interactive estimates page 
  • Whiteness Studies: Deconstructing (the) Race: Resources including videos, articles and recent updates on topical issues from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee.

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