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Digital Collections - African American History | Library of Congress
Includes early printed pamphlets and books by African American authors, documents on Slavery and the Courts, audio interviews of former slaves, and papers of Frederick Douglass and Zora Neale Hurston.
Digital Public Library of America (DPLA)
Digital sources, both primary and secondary, from libraries, archives, and museums.
Digital Schomburg | The New York Public Library
Includes online exhibitions using images, full-length books and articles, manuscripts, and maps. Exhibitions focus on special themes such as Abolition of the Slave Trade, the African American Migration Experience and African American Women Writers of the 19th Century.
Documenting the American South | University of North Carolina Library
This collection of documentary sources on the American South includes components on “North American Slave Narratives” and “The Church in the Southern Black Community.”
Online library of texts, images and more.
Samuel J. May Anti-Slavery Collection | Cornell University Library
More than 10,000 titles, including pamphlets and leaflets, that document the anti-slavery movement at local, regional, and national levels.
Selected Online Works by Civil War Era African American Women | Library of Congress
Includes biographies, novels, poetry and essays written by women. Also includes biographies of men written by women.
Umbra: Search African American History
Historical images, videos, books and more drawn from libraries, archives and museums throughout the U.S.