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African Americans in New Orleans: Learning
Alabama History Education Materials: Slavery (lesson plan)
Biography of Rev. David Smith of the AME Church - Including History of Wilberforce University (Wilberforce University)
Brief History of Westside High School, 1920-1962 (Chadbourn, NC)
Brown v. Board of Education Handbook: Court Cases in Prelude to Brown, 1849-1949
Carver High School & Junior College (Montgomery County)
College of Charleston - African American Studies
Digital Collection Celebrating the Founding of the Historically Black College and University
Eleutherian College Classroom and Chapel Building (Underground Railroad)
Fisk University Rosenwald Fund Card File Database (African American schools)
Freedmen Schools in Oklahoma Historical Society's Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History & Culture
Historically Black Colleges and Universities
History of African-American Education in Montgomery County
Lawrence County, Tennessee African-American Schools
National Council for Black Studies
New London County CT Archives History - Schools .....School For African American Children, Colchester
New Providence Colored School
North Carolina State Association of Colored Graduate Nurses (North Carolina State Association of Colored Graduate Nurses, Inc., 1935)
Raw Essence: African American Genealogy Resources Online (Bladenburg, NC Colored school photos)
Rosenwald School Legacy (African American schools)
Rosenwald School Plans (African American schools)
Rosenwald Schools (African American schools)
Rosenwald Schools in Encyclopedia of Arkansas History & Culture (African American schools)
Rosenwald Schools in North Carolina (African American schools)
Rosenwald Schools Initiative (African American schools)
Rosenwald Schools Mapping Project Receives National Park Service African American Civil Rights Grant
Rosenwald Schools Survey of North Carolina (African American schools)
Rosenwald Schools: An Impressive Legacy of Black-Jewish Collaboration for Negro Education
Rosenwald Schools: Preservation Maryland
Smithsonian Source: Civil Rights
South Carolina African Americans Historically Black Schools and Libraries
South Carolina's Rosenwald School Buildings Database (African American schools)
Student Roster of Needmore (colored) School
Survey of North Carolina's Rosenwald Schools (African American schools)
Talladega College
United States Colored Troops Lesson Plan
University of Kentucky African American and Africana Studies
Wilberforce University (oldest black university)
Wilson-Blair African American One Room School, Grove St., Fredonia, Ky.


Allen, La Vonne Patterson and Camilla Lewis Tramuel. Heritage of African Americans in New Kent County, Virginia, Volume 1: Early Education, Colored Schools. Sandston, VA: Fidelity Printing, Inc., 2013. 248p. Bibliography. Illustrations. Photographs. /GC 975.501 N42al. V. 1/

America's Top Black Graduating Engineers, Class of 1985. Kansas City, MO: Minority Resource Network, Inc., 1985. 151p. /GC 929.11 Am35/

The American Negro Academy Occasional Papers, 1-22. New York: Arno Press & the New York Times, 1969. /GC 973.068 Am3513 No. 1-22/

Anderson, James D. The Education of Blacks in the South, 1860-1935. Chapel Hill, NC: The University of North Carolina Press, 1988. 366p. Bibliography. Index. Notes. Photographs. /GC 975 An232e/

Bahney, Robert Stanley. Generals and Negroes: Education of Negroes by the Union Army, 1861-1865. Ann Arbor, MI: R. S. Bahney, 1965. 301p. Bibliography. Notes. /GC 973.74 Aa1brs/

Beam, Laura. He Called Them By the Lightning: A Teacher's Odyssey in the Negro South, 1908-1919. Indianapolis, IN: Bobbs-Merrill, 1967. 230p. Notes. /GC 973.068 B37he/

Bechtel, Laten Ervin. "That's Just the Way It Was:" A Chronological and Documentary History of African-American Schools in Staunton and Augusta County. Staunton, VA: Lot's Wife Publishing, 2010. 420p. Index. Photographs.

Bellinger, Robert A. The Hope of the Race: African Americans in White Colleges and Universities, 1890-1915. Boston, MA: R. A. Bellinger, 2000. 373p. Appendix. Bibliography. Lists. /GC 973.068 B417ho/

Belt-Beyan, Phyllis M. The Development of African American Literacy Traditions: A Family and Community Effort in the Nineteenth Century. Kent, OH: P. M. Belt-Beyan, 1999. 279p. Bibliography. Notes. /GC 973.068 B419de/

Black Schools: New Farmers of America, Chapter #81, Sullivan High School, Morrilton, Arkansas. S.l.: s.n., 201-. 57p. Photogrpahs. /GC 976.702 M83BL/

Brown, Herman. Origin, Development and Contributions of Negro Colleges and Universities as Institutions of High Education in the United States, 1776-1890. Washington, DC: H. Brown, 1972. 253p. Appendices. Bibliography. Notes. /GC 973.068 B812or/

Brown, Tamara L., Gregory S. Parks, and Clarenda M. Phillips, eds. African American Fraternities and Sororities: The Legacy and the Vision. Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky, 2005. 496p. Index. Bibliography. Notes. Photographs. /GC 973.068 Af83/

Burke, Dawne Raines. An American Phoenix: A History of Storer College from Slavery to Desegregation, 1865-1955. Morgantown, WV: Storer College Books, 2015. 147p. Photographs. Commemorative Edition. /GC 975.402 H23bd/

Burnley, Lawrence A. Q. Resistance, Control, and the Cost of Unity: The Role of African Americans in the Founding of African American Schools Associated with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in the South, 1865-1914. Philadelphia, PA: L. A. Q. Burnley, 2006. 267p. Bibliography. Notes. /GC 929.102 D631bur/

Butchart, Ronald E. Schooling the Freed People: Teaching, Learning, and the Struggle for Black Freedom, 1861-1876. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 2010. 314p. Index. Bibliography. Notes. Appendices. Photographs. /GC 973.068 B97sc/

Cox, Marcus S. Segregated Soldiers: Military Training at Historically Black Colleges in the Jim Crow South. Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University Press, 2013. 232p. Bibliography. Index. Notes. Photographs. /GC 973.068 C839s/

Crenshaw, Reginald Martin. Religious and Educational Communitarianism: Three 19th Century African American Examples. New York: R. M. Crenshaw, 2007. 216p. Bibliography. Notes. /GC 973.068 C863re/

Deutsch, Stephanie. You Need a Schoolhouse: Booker T. Washington, Julius Rosenwald, and the Building of Schools for the Segregated South. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 2011. 218p. Bibliography. Index. Notes. Photographs. /GC 973.068 D48y/

Dickerson, Milton O., Jr. The External Administration of Negro Land-Grant Colleges and Universities from 1890 to 1920. Washington, DC: M. O. Dickerson, Jr., 1975. 128p. Appendices. Bibliography. Notes. /GC 973.068 D558ex/

Garland, Sarah. Divided We Fail: The Story of an African American Community that Ended the Era of School Desegregation. Boston, MA: Beacon Press, 2013. 239p. Bibliography. Index. Notes. /GC 976.902 L93ga/

A Guide to the Microfilm Edition of the Ivy Leaf, 1921-1998: A Chronicle of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, 2000. 209p. Guide to microfilmed newspapers. /GC 929.11 AL755i/

Hall, Clyde W. A Survey of Industrial Education for Negroes in the United States up to 1917. Peoria, IL: C. W. Hall, 1953. 275p. Appendix. Bibliography. Illustrations. Notes. /GC 973.068 H14su/

Hampton, Jeffrey. Leaving Children Behind: Black Education in Covington, Kentucky. Covington, KY: Kenton County Historical Society, 2011. 193p. Bibliography. Index. Notes. /GC 976.902 C83ham/

Heaney, Gerald W. and Susan Uchitelle. Unending Struggle: The Long Road to an Equal Education in St. Louis. St. Louis, MO: Reedy Press, 2004. 271p. Illustrations. Index. Notes. Photographs. /GC 977.802 Sa227hg/

Hill, Lena M. & Michael D. Hill, eds. Invisible Hawkeyes: African Americans at the University of Iowa During the Long Civil Rights Era. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Press, 2016. 230p. Index. Notes. Photographs. /GC 977.702 Io9hi/

Humber-Faison, Joyce Inez. "No Flowers Please:" The Black Female Educator and the Education of Adult Freedmen, 1861 - c.1900. New York: J. I. Humber-Faison, 1988. 238p. Appendices. Bibliography. Notes. /GC 973.068 H881no/

Irvine, Russell W. The African American Quest for Institutions of Higher Education Before the Civil War: The Forgotten Histories of The Ashmun Institute, Liberia College, and Avery College. Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2010. 706p. Appendix. Bibliography. Index. Notes. Photographs. /GC 973.068 Ir81af/

Ivy Leaf. Bethesda, MD: University Publications of America, 1999. 14 rolls. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority chronicle covering 1921-1998. /Microfilm/

Johnson, Henry Morrison. The Methodist Episcopal Church and the Education of Southern Negroes, 1862-1900. New Haven, CT: H. M. Johnson, 1939. 606p. Bibliography. Notes. Illustrations. /GC 929.102 M56jh/

Jones, Marquita Chamblee. A Profile of Black Agriculture Students at Selected 1862 and 1890 Land Grant Institutions. University Park, PA: M. C. Jones, 1993. 141p. Appendices. Bibliography. Illustrations. Notes. /GC 973.068 J71pr/

Jones, Ricky L. . Black Haze: Violence, Sacrifice, and Manhood in Black Greek-Letter Fraternities. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2004. 158p. Appendix. Bibliography. Index. Notes. /GC 973.068 J71bl/

Kimbrough, Walter M. Black Greek 101: The Culture, Customs, and Challenges of Black Fraternities and Sororities. Teaneck, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson Unversity Press, 2012. 240p. Bibliography. Index. Notes. Photographs. /GC 973.068 K56b/

Littlefield, Valinda W. "I am Only One, But I am One:" Southern African-American Women Schoolteachers, 1884-1954. Urbana, IL: V. W. Littlefield, 2003. 219p. Bibliography. Notes. /GC 973.068 L73i/

Maor, Faye Emily Spencer. Lifting Word by Word: Ideologies of Literacy, Education and Feminism in the Rhetoric of Two Nineteenth Century African American Women. Urbana, IL: F. E. S. Maor, 2004. 152p. Bibliography. Notes. /GC 929.11 Sp331Li/

McCarthy, John Rollin. The Slavery Issue in Selected Colleges and Universities in Illinois, Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana: 1840-1860. Tallahassee, FL: J. R. McCarthy, 1974. 200p. Appendices. Bibliography. Notes. /GC 973.068 M458sl/

McMillan, Joseph Turner. The Development of Higher Education for Blacks During the Late Nineteenth Century: A Study of the African Methodist Episcopal Church; Wilberforce University; The American Missionary Association; Hampton Institute; and Fisk University. New York: J. T. McMillan, 1986. 525p. Bibliography. Notes. /GC 973.068 M46de/

Moss, Hilary. Opportunity and Opposition: The African American Struggle for Education in New Haven, Baltimore, and Boston, 1825-1855. Waltham, MA: H. Moss, 2004. 343p. Bibliography. Notes. /GC 973.068 M855op/

National Lincoln Monument Association. Celebration by the Colored People's Educational Monument Association in Memory of Abraham Lincoln: on the Fourth of July, 1865, in the Presidential Grounds, Washington, D. C. Washington, DC: McGill & Witherow, 1865. 34p. /GC 973.068 N213ce/

Parks, George S. . Black Greek-Letter Organizations in the Twenty-first Century: Our Fight Has Just Begun. Lexington, KY: The University Press of Kentucky, 2008. 490p. Index. Notes. Photographs. /GC 973.068 P235b/

Patterson, Joseph Norenzo. A Study of the History of the Contributions of the American Missionary Association to the Higher Education of the Negro--With Special Reference to the Five Selected Colleges Founded by the Association, 1865-1900. New York: J. N. Patterson, 1956. 309p. Appendix. Bibliography. Notes. /GC 973.068 P277st/

Pugh-Bassett, Lovell. A Meeting of Their Minds to Control Ours: An Analysis of the 1890 & 1891 Mohonk Conferences on the Negro Question and the Creation of Selected Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Philadelphia, PA: L. Pugh-Bassett, 2006. 203p. Appendix. Bibliography. Notes. /GC 973.068 P963me/

Quarterly Review of Higher Education Among Negroes: 1933-1960. New York: Negro Universities Press, 1969. Reprint. Volumes 1-28.

Reid, John B. Race, Class, Gender and the Teaching Profession: African American Schoolteachers of the Urban Midwest, 1865-1950. Lansing, MI: J. B. Reid, 1996. 221p. Bibliography. Illustrations. Notes. /GC 977 R272ra/

Selected Documents Relating to Black Nominated for Appointment to the U. S. Military Academy During the 19th Century, 1870-1887. Washington, DC: National Archives Trust Fund Board, 1977. 11p. /GC 973.001 Aa1sel/

Small, Sandra Eileen. The Yankee Schoolmarm in Southern Freedmen's Schools, 1861-1871: The Career of a Stereotype. Pullman, WA: S. E. Small, 1976. 235p. Bibliography. Illustrations. Notes. /GC 975 Sm18ya/

Smith, Bob. They Closed Their Schools, Prince Edward County, Virginia, 1951-1964. Farmville, VA: Robert Russa Moton Museum, 2008. 295p. Index. Notes. /GC 975.501 P93sr/

Span, Christopher M. From Cotton Field to Schoolhouse: African American Education in Mississippi, 1862-1875. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 2009. 252p. Index. Bibliography. Notes. Illustrations. /GC 976.2 Sp22fr/

Stanford, Willena W. Black Americans and Vocational and Practical Art Education--An Historical Development, 1750-1954. Laramie, WY: W. W. Stanford, 1984. 287p. Appendices. Bibliography. Notes. /GC 973.068 St246bl/

Thomas, Brook, ed. Plessy v. Ferguson: A Brief History with Documents. Boston, MA: Bedford/St. Martin's, 1997. 205p. Bibliography. Illustrations. Index. Notes. Photographs. The Bedford Series in History and Culture. /GC 973.068 P715/

Thomas, James Reginald. African American Education in the Context of Lutheran Collegiate Institutions Since the Late Nineteenth Century. St. Paul, MN: J. R. Thomas, 1998. 286p. Appendices. Bibliography. Illustrations. Notes. /GC 929.102 L97th/

Troost, William Frank. Accomplishment and Abandonment: A History of the Freedmen's Bureau Schools. Irvine, CA: W. F. Troost, 2007. 128p. Bibliography. Illustrations. Notes. /GC 973.068 T753ac/

Walbert, Kathryn Lynn. "Now It Is My Duty to Teach School:" Gender Race, and Reading in the Mid-Nineteenth Century South. Chapel Hill, NC: K. L. Walbert, 2000. 294p. Bibliography. Notes. /GC 975 W14no/

Walker, Addie Lorraine. Religious Education for the Regeneration of a People: The Religious Education of African-American Catholics in the Nineteenth Century. Boston, MA: A. L. Walker, 1996. 272p. Bibliography. Notes. /GC 929.102 R66wa/

Walker, Vanessa Siffle. Their Highest Potential: An African American School Community in the Segregated South. Chapel Hill, NC: The University of North Carolina Press, 1996. 259p. Appendix, Bibliography. Illustrataions. Index. Notes. Photographs. /GC 975.601 C27wa/

Walsh, Barbara Hulbert. The Negro and His Education: Persuasive Strategies of Selected Speeches at the Conference for Education in the South, 1898-1914. Baton Rouge, LA: B. H. Walsh, 1974. 211p. Bibliography. Notes. /GC 975 W158ne/

Warren, Kim Cary. The Quest for Citizenship: African American and Native American Education in Kansas, 1880-1935. Chapel Hill, NC: The University of North Carolina Press, 2010. 229p. Bibliography. Illustrations. Index. Notes. Photographys. /GC 978.1 W251q/

Webber, Thomas L. Deep Like the Rivers: Education in the Slave Quarter Community, 1831-1865. New York: W. W. Norton, 1978. 339p. Index. Appendix. Notes /GC 973.068 W385de/

Wilder, Craig Steven. Ebony & Ivy: Race, Slavery, and the Troubled History of America's Universities. New York: Bloomsbury Press, 2013. 423p. Illustrations. Index. Notes. Photographs. /GC 973.068 W64eb/

Williams, Ethel L. and Clifton F. Brown. The Howard University Bibliography of African and Afro-American Religious Studies. Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, Inc., 1977. 525p. Index. /GC 973 W67h/

Williams, Heather Andrea Denise. Self-Taught: The Role of African Americans in Educating the Freedpeople, 1861-1871. New Haven, CT: H. A. D. Williams, 2002. Bibliography. Notes. /GC 973.068 W67se/

Wolfe, Allis. Women Who Dared: Northern Teachers of the Southern Freedmen, 1862-1872. New York: A. Wolfe, 1982. 222p. Bibliography. Notes. /GC 973.068 W832wo/;

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