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African American History Month Learning Resources

Learn about Jefferson's forgotten descendants, children of his slave mistress. [...] »

Your first resource for photographs and images depicting African Americans during the 19th century. [...] »

A comprehensive guide consisting of over 240 primary source items detailing African American history. [...] »

Travel the Underground Railroad with this interactive website. [...] »

A collection of 20 portraits by African American artists from the Harmon Foundation. [...] »

Would you have survived along the Underground Railroad? [...] »

From racism to civil rights movement music, listen to the memories of these eight individuals. [...] »

Meet legendary jazz pianist Fats Waller. Be at the forefront of musical history. [...] »

What was said, written, and drawn about slavery? Gain a more complete image of the institution, its evil effects, and how it felt to be a slave. [...] »

What might your life have been like as an African American in Virginia c. 1900? [...] »

 
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