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Resources for African American History


 This guide provides access to resources for scholars of African American history. 

Databases/Articles: Databases are one of the most efficient ways to search through journal literature to discover articles. 

E-Books: Online reference sources such as encyclopedias and dictionaries, and links to ebook collections.

Finding Books: Information on finding print books in the University of Delaware Libraries.

Primary Sources: Databases and websites that provide primary source material.

Statistics: Print sources, web sites and Library databases that provide access to historical statistics.

Underground Railroad:  Books, web sites, and more on this popular Delaware topic.


Photo:  Frederick Douglass,  ca. 1879.  Source:  U.S. National Archives

Subject Guide

Carol Rudisell
Reference & Instructional Services Dept.
(302) 831-6942

Subjects:African American Studies, Caribbean Studies, Ethnic Studies, Foundations and Grants, History, Latin American Studies, Sexuality Studies, Women and Gender Studies

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