Primary Sources

  • Black Thought and Culture (Alexander Street Press)

    Letters, leaflets, speeches, and other primary source materials by notable Black figures, primarily from the United States.

  • Black Freedom Struggle in the United States (ProQuest)

    Primary source documents on Black and African American experiences, racial injustice, and antiracist activism in the United States from 1790 to 2000.

  • Debates over Slavery and Abolition (Gale)

    Manuscripts, monographs, newspapers, letters, and other primary source materials relating to slavery and abolition in the colonies and United States.

  • Institution of Slavery (Gale)

    Newspapers, first-person accounts, government records, correspondence, and other primary source materials related to how slavery was conducted and experienced in the colonies and United States.

  • Indigenous Peoples of North America (Gale)

    Manuscript, monographs, photographs, society documents, newspapers, and other primary source materials by and about native peoples and tribes of North America.

  • Lgbtq History and Culture Since 1940, Part I (Gale)

    Primary source materials related to LGBTQ individuals, organizations, and movements in the United States and Great Britain, including: newsletters, newspapers, and periodicals by, for, and about gays and lesbians; materials from gay and lesbian organizations; documents related to the AIDS/HIV crisis of the 1980s and 90s.

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