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Illustration, Lady's Back Fashions for May 1840., May 1840, Godey's Lady's Book.

Presents articles from 18th- and 19th-century newspapers, magazines, and books, with a focus on the Mid-Atlantic region. [...] »

Detail, homepage

Experience Caucasian, middle-class Northeastern life through the collections of four families. [...] »

Illustration, Who dat say chicken in dis crowd.., 1898, A.A.C., LoC.

View 1,300 pieces of sheet music composed by and about African Americans. [...] »

Uncle Toms Cabin, 1852, inside cover

Research early African American historical and literary works. [...] »

Life story, Elizabeth Johnson Harris, Duke University

Read the memoirs and letters of three 19th-century African American women on this website. [...] »

Image, A selection of published works, 1999, Digital Schomburg African...

Read the full text of 52 published works by black women writers from the late 18th to the early 20th century. [...] »

Cartoon, Colored Scholars Excluded from Schools, 1839, Anti-Slavery Almanac.

Compare perspectives on educational desegregation. How did it affect the community? [...] »

Photograph, Freedom Stairway, John Rankin House Small Picture Collection.

Take a look through more than 30,000 items relating to African American life in Ohio between 1850 and 1920. [...] »

Wood engraving, American Sketches:..., Nov. 18, 1876, Illustrated London News.

Pamphlets and documents from 1875 to 1900 highlight African American leaders and organizations. [...] »

Engraving, Rendition of Anthony Burns, 1854, The Granger Collection.

Trace the history of Africans in America through Reconstruction, with 245 images, maps, and documents. [...] »

 
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