Black Archives of Mid -- America. Kansas City Public Library, 1998.7 Jul. 2006. http://www.blackarchives.org
This site was created to collect and preserve the history of African Americans in the Midwest. It offers educational resources as well as every repository of every facet in African American culture.
Burger, Barbara Lewis.
The National Archives: Research of the National Archives Pictures of African Americans During World War II.
12 Jul, 2006. http??
This site describes and illustrates images of African American participants in WWII. The pictures were selected from the holdings of the Still Picture Branch (NNSP) of National Archive and Records Administration.
Harlem History: Columbia University Digital Knowledge Ventures.
2005. Columbia University. 7 Jul.2006. http://www.columbia.edu/cu/iraas/harlem/neighborhood/neighborhood.html
Harlem History presents a wealth of archival treasures and scholarship from Columbia about the history of one of the world's most famous and influential neighborhoods.
Digital Schomburg Images of 19th Century African Americans
. The 1999. New York Public Library. 7 Jul.2006. http://digital.nypl.org/schomburg/images_aa19/fineprint.html
A selection of images of 19th --century African Americans, to introduce you to the various types of visual images on the African-American experience that are contained in the Photographs and Prints Division of the Schomburg Center as well as other selected units of the Research Libraries of The New York Public Library.
Image Gallery of Encyclopedia Britannica's Guide to Black History.
2006. Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc. 7 Jul. 2006. http://search.eb.com/blackhistory/browse?browseld=252386
Represents efforts to trace the African American experience and achievements in he United States and elsewhere.
Jim Crow Images Gallery
. The History of Jim Crow 31 May 2006. http://www.jimcrowhistoty.org/scripts/jimcrow/gallery.cgi
These collections offer teachers and students visual perspectives on the Jim Crow years. Many of these images have never before been published online and are exclusive to this site. They reveal many aspects of the themes of segregation, disfranchisement, civil rights, and violence that lay at the heart of the Jim Crow experience.
Library of Congress:
American Memory: African American Odyssey.
17 May 2006.
It showcases the black America's quest for equality from early national period through the twentieth century. This African American collection of the Library of Congress displays more than 240 items.
Library of Congress:
Prints & Photographs Reading Room.
2002. 2 May 2006. http://www.loc.gov/rr/print/list/listguid.html
The collections are particularly rich in materials produced in, or documenting history of, the United States and the lives, interests and achievements of the American people. Including selected images on frequently requested topics, focusing on images for which there are no known restrictions.
The Face of Slavery & Other Early Images of African Americans., The American Photography Museum, Inc. 2001.31 May 2006. http://www.photography-museum.com/faceof.html
This website tells a story with a glimpse of early photographs including those of and by African American. These photographs offer an un-doctored glimpse of the past that sometimes helped by being a true account or sometimes being hurtful by fueling prejudice.