Reference Library of Black America
, printed in 1994.
Family Tree Maker,
1993, 1994, September 1995
This step-by-step guide tells you what questions to ask, where to go, and how to find important facts about your ancestors. You can go straight to the information regarding your heritage and by pass any information that isn’t useful to you.
Education Guidance Service,
Reference Library of Hispanic America,
printed in 1994. An encyclopedia exclusively about Black Americans
The Latino Experience in US History
, Chapter 26, pgs. 338-347. Dealing with the notion of being a Latino in the United States.
in United States History, Volume 1 to 1900.
This two-volume series introduces episodes from United States history seldom covered in depth in traditional textbooks. Here you will discover fascinating stories of the diverse peoples and cultures who shaped the United States from its very beginning.
The author was able to trace his ancestors back through slavery in this country to their beginning in Africa.
, Julian Messnex, NY. 1979.
A guide to help search for your ancestors.
Hoffiman, Gary B.,
Who Owns Genealogy,
Cousins and Copyrights.
An internet web site explaining copyright issues.
Latina Magazine/Bilingue, Summer 1996.
This magazine happens to be one of those beginnings. A vehicle for women who share the unique experience of being Latina in the United States.
Latina Publications, 1500 Broadway, New York, N.Y. 10036, 212/642-0600, Fax 212/921-5173
McAdoo, Harriette Pipes,
Strength in Diversity, 1993.
Exploring the concepts of race, ethnicity, culture, multiculturalism, gender, diversity, learning styles and the shared classroom experience.
Hands Around the World
, Williamson Publishing Co., Charlotte Vermont, 1992. 365 ways to build cultural awareness and global respect. Activities for daily use to expose children to cultural celebrations and traditions. Includes art, recipes, and family tree.
Phillips, Dr. P. Bertrand, Bermultinational Limited,
Multicultural Education; Starting
July 12, 1995. SCSU. New Dimensions in Early Childhood Education.
Multicultural Awareness and Valuing Diversity seminar.