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New Jersey: African-American Life and Culture

Resources, both printed and digital, to assist in performing research on New Jersey history.

Local Resources

Moses, Sibyl E. African American Women Writers in New Jersey, 1836-2000: A Biographical Dictionary and Bibliographic Guide. New Brunswick, NJ; London: Rutgers University Press, 2003.

SPCOL/UA SNCLNJ PS253.N5M67 2003
ALEXANDER REF PS253.N5M67 2003
ROBESON REF PS253.N5M67 2003
DANA REF PS253.N5M67 2003

New Jersey Library Association, Bibliography Committee. New Jersey and the Negro: A Bibliography, 1715-1966. [Trenton], 1967.

SPCOL/UA SNCLNJ Z1361.N39N54
ROBESON STACKS N39N54
ROBESON REF N39N54
DOUGLASS REF N39N5
CARR STACKS N39N54

Sinclair, Donald A. The Negro and New Jersey: A Checklist of Books, Pamphlets, Official Publications, Broadsides and Dissertations, 1754-1964, in the Rutgers University Library. Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, 1965.

SPCOL/UA SNCLNJ Z1361.N39R96
ALEXANDER STACKS Z1361.N39R96
ROBESON STACKS Z1361.N39R96 [2 copies]

Still, James. Early Recollections and Life of Dr. James Still. [Philadelphia]: Printed for the Author by J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1877; Westport, CT: Negro Universities Press, [1970]; Medford, N.J., Medford Historical Society, [1971].

SPCOL/UA SNCLX R154.S857 [original edition]
SPCOL/UA SNCLNJ R154.S85 1970 [1970 reprint]
LSM STACKS E185.97.S85 1877a [1970 reprint]
ALEXANDER STACKS E185.97.S85 1971 [facsimile edition]
CAMDEN STACKS E185.97.S85 1971 [facsimile edition]
DANA STACKS E185.97.S85 1877a [1971 facsimile edition]

Still, Peter. Papers, 1850-1875.
Manuscript collection including correspondence (1850-1875), chiefly relating to Still's campaign to purchase his wife, Vina Still, and family held as slaves in Alabama and the publication (1856) of Kate E.R. Pickard's biography, The Kidnapped and the Ransomed; memo book (1853-1854) of funds collected; and Still family record (1798-1821). Persons and places represented include William Lloyd Garrison, Horace Greeley, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and Cortlandt Van Rensselaer, and Burlington, NJ (57 items.)

SPCOL/UA MSS Ac. 2131

Williams, Oscar R. African Americans and Colonial Legislation in the Middle Colonies. New York; London: Garland, 1998.

SPCOL/UA SNCLNJ KF4757.W528 1998
ALEXANDER STACKS KF4757.W528 1998

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