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American History Research Guide: African-American History

African American History

Black Book Publishers in the United States: A Historical Dictionary of the Presses, 1817-1990
Alexander, Camden, Dana (Newark) Reference: Z471.J68 1991

Black Firsts: 4,000 Ground-Breaking and Pioneering Historical Events
Camden, and Dana (Newark) Reference: E185.B574 2003

Chronologies of American History and Experience: The African-American Years
Alexander and Dana (Newark) Reference: E174.5.C555 2003

Dictionary of Afro-American Slavery
Alexander, Camden, Dana, and Carr Reference: E441.D53

Encyclopedia of African American Business History
Camden, Carr, and Dana (Newark) Reference: HD2344.5.U6E53 1999

Encyclopedia of African-American Civil Rights: from Emancipation to the Present
Alexander, Camden, Douglass, Carr, and Dana (Newark) Reference: E185.61.E54

The Encyclopedia of Civil Rights in America (3 vols.)
Alexander, Douglass, and Carr Reference: E185.61.E544 1998

Freedom's Lawmakers: A Directory of Black Officeholders during Reconstruction
Alexander Reference: E185.96.F64 1996

The Greenwood Encyclopedia of African American Civil Rights: From Emancipation to the Twenty-first Century (2 vols.)
Alexander and Camden Reference: E185.61.E54 2003

Hippocrene Guide to the Underground Railroad
Camden and Carr Reference: E450.B65 1994

Historical Statistics of Black America (2 vols.)
Alexander and Douglass Reference: E185.H543 1995

On the Trail of the Buffalo Soldier: Biographies of African Americans in the U.S. Army, 1866-1917
Alexander Reference: U52.O5 1995

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