This website is for African American Artists and an on-line portal for both African America Artists and African American History. The primary aim of this website is to encourage research activity on people of African descent and to provide information to the study of the African Diaspora. A historical perspective of a nation, its people, and its cultural evolution. Please make sure to look through the 1000+ Slave Narratives on my website. Many of the colored soldiers from the Revolutionary war are true heroes so take a look at the images of them as well as the other colored soldiers throughout the 18TH 19TH AND 20TH CENTURY.
Original source: Schor, Joel.. A list of references for the history of Black Americans in agriculture, 1619-1974. Davis, Calif.: Agricultural History Center, University of California, 1975. Ancestry.com has searchable indexes; database results and some digitized images are available with a fee-based subscription. Free articles and helpful research materials.
"Black Quotidian explores everyday lives of African Americans in the twentieth century. Drawing on an archive of digitized African-American newspapers, Matthew F. Delmont guides readers through a wealth of primary resources that reveal how the Black press popularized African-American history and valued the lives of both famous and ordinary Black people."
Companion web site to the PBS documentary film about the largest internal migration in U.S. history - the move that led millions of African Americans from the South to the cities of the North and West of the United States.
West Virginia edition, ed. by A.B. Caldwell, 1923; This collection of biographies of prominent Negro men and women of West Virginia is Volume VII of the Biographical History of the American Negro. It does not include all the important men and women of the race in the State, but it does include many of the noblest and best.