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African American Family History Resources (Indiana State Archives resources)
African American History : Selected Abstracted Articles from Early New Albany Newspaper (1860-1900)
African American Research in Orange County
African-American History Materials (Indiana Historical Society)
Bethel A.M.E. Church (Underground Railroad)
Black and White in Indiana
Black History: African-American Settlements (Roberts Settlement)
Black Pioneer Settlements
Black Settlers in Indiana
Eleutherian College Classroom and Chapel Building (Underground Railroad)
Elijah Roberts Collection, 1832-1972
Evansville African American Museum
Forgotten Freedom Fighters: Indiana Blacks in Massachusetts Regiments (Civil War)
Free Black Men in Washington County, Indiana, in 1820, as per the Census
Freetown Village
Harrison County, Indiana Records Collection
Henderson Lewelling House (Underground Railroad)
Indiana African American Genealogy Group
Indiana African American Griots
Indiana African American Resources
Indiana Freedom Trails
Indiana Slave Narratives
Indiana State Digital Archives--Slave, Negro & Mulatto Registers (Index and images to 1853 Negro & Mulatto Registers for Clark, Franklin, Orange, Switzerland, and Vigo counties as well as the 1805 Clark County Slave Register.)
Indiana's African American Settlements
Indianapolis Recorder (Indianapolis Recorder African American newspaper)
Jacobs Brothers Funeral Home (Indianapolis)
Levi Coffin House (Underground Railroad)
Madam C. J. Walker Official Web Site
Otis Stone (World War I Gold Star veteran)
Pathfinder: A Guide to African Americans in Hammond
Pension Application of Andrew Ferguson
Randolph County, Indiana African American History
Registry of Negroes and Mulattos, 1853-54, Vigo County, Indiana
Roberts Settlement Cemetery Directory
Slavery Petitions and Papers
Southern Seed, Northern Soil (preview pages of book about IN settlements)
Underground Railroad
Window on the Past: African-American Life in Howard County from the Civil War to 1890 (material abstracted from newspapers)

Bibliography

General:
African Methodist Episcopal Church, Indiana Conference, Women's Mite Missionary Society. Women's Mite Missionary Society of the Indiana Conference, African Methodist Episcopal Church Records. S. l.: s. n., [1936.] /GC 977.2 Af837wo/

African-American Baptist Annual Reports, 1865-1990s. Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, Inc., 1999. Indiana churches and associations. /Microfilm 43/

African/African-American Historical Society. African/African-American Historical Society Presents A Christmas Show, Go Tell It on the Mountain II. Fort Wayne, IN: The Society, 1999. 36p. /GC 977.202 F77aab/

Baker, Ronald L. Homeless, Friendless, and Penniless: The WPA Interviews with Former Slaves Living in Indiana. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2000. 341p. Appendices. Bibliography. Index. Photographs. /GC 977.2 H752bk/

Black History News and Notes. Indianapolis, IN: Indiana Historical Society, n.1-, 1979-. /Periodical/

Blythe, James. Speech Delivered at the Anniversary of the Indiana Colonization Society, on December 23, A.D. 1833. Indianapolis, IN: Indiana Colonization Society, 1834. 13p. /GC 977.2 B629s/

Clifford, Eth and John McDowell. Freedom's Road: A History of Black People in Indiana. Indianapolis, IN: David-Stewart Publishing Company, 1970. 50p. /GC 977.2 C612f/

Coon, Diane Perrine. Southeastern Indiana's Underground Railroad Routes and Operations. Louisville, KY: Perrine Enterprises, 2001. 315p. Bibliography. Illustrations. Photographs. /GC 977.2 C778so/

Crenshaw, Gwendolyn J. "Bury Me in a Free Land:" The Abolitionist Movement in Indiana, 1816-1865. Indianapolis, IN: Indiana Historical Bureau, 1993. 68p. Illustrations. Notes. Photographs. /GC 977.2 C863bu/

Crenshaw, Gwendolyn J. Bury Me in a Free Land: The Abolitionist Movement in Indiana, 1816-1865--The Catalog. Indianapolis, IN: Indiana Historical Bureau, 1986.68p. Illustrations. Notes. Photographs. /GC 977.2 C863by/

Ebony Lines. Bloomington, IN: Indiana African American Historical and Genealogical Society, v.2-4, 1990-92. Previously published as Indiana African American Historical and Genealogical Society Newsletter. /Periodical/

Gibbs, Wilma L., ed. Guide to African American Printed Sources at the Indiana Historical Society. Indianapolis, IN: Indiana Historical Society, 1997. 68p. /GC 977.2 In2ahg/

Gibbs, Wilma L., ed. Indiana's African-American Heritage: Essays from "Black History News & Notes." Indianapolis, IN: Indiana Historical Society, 1993. 243p. Index. Photographs. /GC 977.2 In923/

Gibbs, Wilma L., ed. Selected African-American History Collections. Indianapolis, IN: Indiana Historical Society, 1996. 43p. /GC 977.2 G34977b/

Hine, Darlene Clark. When the Truth is Told: A History of Black Women's Culture and Community in Indiana, 1875-1950. Indianapolis, IN: National Council of Negro Women, 1981. 90p. Appendices. /GC 977.2 H58w/

Index to the Indian Papers from the Wilbert Siebert Collection Microfilm at the Indiana State Library, Manuscript Division. Indianapolis, IN: Indiana Department of Natural Resources-Division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology, 2005. Also on microfilm at the Allen County Public Library, Fort Wayne, IN. /GC 977.2 In221/

Indiana African American Historical and Genealogical Society Newsletter. Bloomington, IN: Indiana African American Historical and Genealogical Society, v.1-2, 1989-90. Continued as Ebony Lines. /Periodical/

Indiana Colonization Society. Report of the Agent of the Colonization Society of the State of Indiana, in Reply to a Resolution of the Senate. Indianapolis, IN: Austin H. Brown, 1855. 16p. /GC 977.2 In24258m/

Indiana Colonization Society. Report of the Agent of the Indiana Colonization Society Showing the Operations of Said Agency during the Year 1852, in Reply to a Resolution of the Senate. Indianapolis, IN: J. P. Chapman, 1853. /GC 977.2 In24258ma/

Indiana Colonization Society. Report. Indianapolis, IN: The Society, 1845. 40p. /GC 977.2 In24258r/

Indiana Emigrants to Liberia. Indianapolis, IN: Indiana Historical Bureau, 16p. Special Issue of "The Indiana Historian," March 2000. Periodical/

McDougald, Lois. Negro Migration into Indiana, 1800-1860. Bloomington, IN: L. McDougald, 1945. 92p. Bibliography. Maps. /GC 977.2 M14n/

Miller, Marion Clinton. The Antislavery Movement in Indiana. Ann Arbor, MI: M. M. Clinton, 19--. 290p. Bibliography. Notes. /GC 977.2 M614a/

Mills, Randy et al. Report to Indiana Department of Natural Resources Division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology, 402 W. Washington Street, W274, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204-2748 Concerning Underground Railroad Activity in Southwestern Indiana. Indianapolis, IN: Indiana Department of Natural Resources, 2001. 37p. Bibliography. /GC 977.2 M62re/

Rawick, George P., ed. The American Slave: A Composite Autobiography(Alabama and Indiana Narratives. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Company, 1972. /GC 976.1 AL17 Sec. 2/

Rawick, George P., ed. The American Slave: A Composite Autobiography(Indiana and Ohio Narratives. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Company, 1977. /GC 977.2 In2455 Sec. 1/

Rawick, George P., ed. The American Slave: A Composite Autobiography(Indiana...Narratives. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Company, 1979. /GC 929.11 AL113 Sec. 7/

Researching African-American History in the Indiana State Library and Historical Building. Indianapolis, IN: Indiana Historical Bureau, 1997. 24p. Illustrations. Photographs. /GC 977.2 In2683r/

Robbins, Coy D. African-American Soldiers From Indiana with the Union Army in the Civil War, 1863-1865. Bloomington, IN: C. D. Robbins, 1989. 46p. /GC 973.74 In2rob/

Robbins, Coy D. Black Pioneers in Indiana. Bloomington, IN: Indiana African American Historical and Genealogical Society, 1990. 8p. /GC 977.2 B56/

Robbins, Coy D. Indiana Negro Registers, 1852-1865. Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, Inc., 1994. 185p. Index. /GC 977.2 In24572 1852-1865/

Robbins, Coy D. Source Book: African American Genealogy in Indiana. Bloomington, IN: C. D. Robbins, 1989. 37p. /GC 977.2 R53s/

Salafia, Matthew. Slavery's Borderland: Freedom and Bondage Along the Ohio River. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013. 320p. Illustrations. Index. Notes. /GC 976.9 Sa31s/

Shepard, Randall T. Slavery Cases in the Indiana Supreme Court: Where Slaves & Former Slaves Found Hope. Indianapolis, IN: Indiana Supreme Court, 2007. 16p. Bibliography. Illustrations. /GC 977.2 Sh471s/

Smiley, Marsha. Reclaiming Our Rich Legacy: A Theatre Reading in Appreciation and Acknowledgment of the Contributions of Americans of African Descent. Fort Wayne, IN: African/African American Historical Museum, 2000. 12p. Grand Opening Program of June 24, 2000. /GC 977.202 F77aaa/

Taylor, Robert M. & Connie A. McBirney, ed. Peopling Indiana: The Ethnic Experience. Indianapolis, IN: Indiana Historical Society, 1996. Pages 12 - 36. Notes. /GC 977.2 P39/

Taylor, Wilma Rugh. Sister of the Solid Rock: Edna Mae Barnes Martin and the East Side Christian Center. Indianapolis, IN: Indiana Historical Society, 2002. 198p. Appendices. Index. Notes. Photographs. /GC 977.2 T218si/

Thornbrough, Emma Lou. Indiana Blacks in the Twentieth Century. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2000. 286p. Index. Notes. Photographs. /GC 977.2 T385na/

Thornbrough, Emma Lou. This Far by Faith: Black Hoosier Heritage. Indianapolis, IN: Indiana Committee for the Humanities, 1982. 24p. Bibliography. Photographs. /GC 977.2 T349/

Underground Railroad Research in Select Indiana Counties. Indianapolis, IN: Division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology, 2003. 122p. Bibliography. Illustrations. Notes. /GC 977.2 Un22/

W. P. A. Underground Railroad: The Invisible Road to Freedom through Indiana. Muncie, IN: Center for Middletown Studies, Ball State University, 2001. 341p. Maps. /GC 977.2 Un305dnr/

Wilbur H. Siebert Collection: Microfilm Edition. Columbus, OH: Ohio Historical Society, 2001. Underground Railroad. /Microfilm Rolls 2-4/

Yannessa, Mary Ann. Levi Coffin, Quaker: Breaking the Bonds of Slavery in Ohio and Indiana. Richmond, IN: Friends United Press, 2001. 74p. Appendices. Bibliography. /GC 929.2 C65ya/

Allen County:
African American Organizations in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Fort Wayne, IN: s. n., 2005. 13p. /GC 977.202 F77aah/

African/African-American Historical Society Museum 10th Anniversary Celebration: Civil Rights: A Change is Gonna Come. [Fort Wayne, IN]: [African/African American Historical Society/Museum], 2010. Photographs. /GC 977.202 F77AAI/

Afro-Americans in Fort Wayne and the Surrounding Area. S. l.: s. n., 19--. 105p. (Manuscript) /GC 977.202 F77af/

Celebrating the Past, Cultivating the Future: Marjorie D. Wickliffe Freedom Fund Banquet, Friday, September 11, 2009, Grand Wayne Center. [Fort Wayne, IN]: [NAACP, Fort Wayne Branch], 2009. 48p. Photographs. /GC 977.202 F77NAA/

Directory of Businesses Owned by Minorities and Women. Fort Wayne, IN: City of Fort Wayne, 1982. /GC 977.202 F77dw/

Edwards, Miles S. Legacy of African American Educators in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Fort Wayne, IN: M. S. Edwards, 2005. 18p. /GC 977.202 F77aae/

Fort Wayne Black Pages and Professional Directory, 1997. Fort Wayne, IN: Fort Wayne Black Pages and Professional Directory, Inc., 1997. 122p. /GC 977.202 F77fora 1997/

Fort Wayne Black Pages and Professional Directory, 2002. Fort Wayne, IN: Fort Wayne Black Pages and Professional Directory, Inc., 2002. /GC 977.202 F77fora 2002/

Fort Wayne Black Pages and Professional Directory, Fall 1994-Spring 1995. Fort Wayne, IN: Fort Wayne Black Pages and Professional Directory, Inc., 1995. /GC 977.202 F77fora/

Miller, Dodie Marie. African Americans in Fort Wayne: The First 200 Years. Chicago, IL: Arcadia Publishing, 2000. 128p. Images of America Series. Photographs. /GC 977.202 F77mdm/

Miscellaneous Biographical Articles about African Americans in Fort Wayne, Indiana Compiled by Various Writers in Conjunction with The African/African-American Historical Museum. Fort Wayne, IN: s. n., 2005. Parts 1 & 2. /GC 977.202 F77aac/

People in Fort Wayne. Fort Wayne, IN: Fort Wayne Urban League, Inc., 1964. Photographs. /GC 977.202 F77plo/

Quinn, Angela M. The Underground Railroad and the Antislavery Movement in Fort Wayne and Allen County, Indiana. Fort Wayne, IN: ARCH, Inc., 2001. 178p. Notes. Photographs. /GC 977.202 F77qu/

Sebring, Blake. Outstanding African American Sports Figures in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Fort Wayne, IN: s. n., 2005. 6p. /GC 977.202 F77aag/

Stith, Hana L. Illuminating an Ignored Legacy, African American History, Fort Wayne, Indiana. Fort Wayne, IN: African & African American Society Museum, 2005. 69p. /GC 977.202 F77aad/

Tanner, David. Focus: Fort Wayne's Roots. S. l.: D. Tanner, 1978. 35p. Bibliography. Maps. /GC 977.202 F77tan/

To God Be the Glory through the Generations: 150 Years of Triumph, Turner Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1849-1999. Fort Wayne, IN: Turner Chapel African Methodist Episcopal Church, 1999. 155p. Photographs. /GC 977.202 F77tuc/

Blackford County:
Enumeration of White and Colored Males Over the Age of Twenty-one in Licking Township, Blackford County, Indiana, 1919. [Blackford County, IN]: s. n., 1919. /GC 977.201 B56e/

Boone County:
Boone County, Indiana: Enumeration of White and Colored Males Over the Age of 21 for the Years 1907, 1913, 1919, 1925. [Boone County, IN]: s. n., 1907, 1913, 1919, 1925. 4 vols. /GC 977.201 B64boa/

Delaware County:
Goodall, Hurley and J. Paul Mitchell. A History of Negroes in Muncie. Muncie, IN: Ball State University, 1976. 58p. /GC 977.202 M92g/

Floyd County:
Brown, Maxine F. "The Role of Free Black in Indiana's Underground Railroad": The Case of Floyd, Harrison, and Washington Counties. S.l.: s.n., 2001. 23p. Bibliography. /GC 977.2 B814ro/

Peters, Pamela R. The Underground Railroad in Floyd County, Indiana. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, Inc., 2001. 218p. Appendices. Bibliography. Index. Notes. Photographs. /GC 977.201 F66pe/

Gibson County:
Polk, Arlene. A Maternal Lineage: The Free African American Settlers of Lyles Station, Indiana. [Houston, Tex.] : A. Polk, 2009. 24p. Notes. /GC 929.2 L988PO/

Grant County:
Madison, James H. A Lynching in the Heartland: Race and Memory in America. New York: Palgrave, 2001. 204p. Bibliography. Index. Notes. Photographs. /GC 977.202 M33mj/

Stevenson, Barbara J. An Oral History of African Americans in Grant County. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2000. 128p. Voices of America Series. Photographs. /GC 977.201 G76st/

Hamilton County:
Robbins, Coy D. Black Heritage in Westfield, Indiana. Bloomington, IN: C. D. Robbins, 1984. 41p. Appendix. Bibliography. Index. /GC 977.201 H18ro/

Harrison County:
Brown, Maxine F. "The Role of Free Black in Indiana's Underground Railroad": The Case of Floyd, Harrison, and Washington Counties. S.l.: s.n., 2001. 23p. Bibliography. /GC 977.2 B814ro/

Jay County:
Eliza Harris Marker: The Story of the Underground Slave Railroad in Jay County, Indiana. S. l.: s. n., 1997. 23 pages. /GC 977.201 J33han/

Jefferson County:
African Americans in and around Jefferson County. Madison, IN: Jefferson County Historical Society, 200-. 41p. /GC 977.201 J35af/

Anti-Slavery History of Jefferson County. Madison, IN: Jefferson County Historical Society, 1998. 24p. /GC 977.201 J35jc/

Minute Book of Neel's Creek Anti-Slavery Society, 1839-1845. Indianapolis, IN: Indiana State Library, 199-. 30p. /GC 977.201 J35jhm/

Wallis, Don. All We Had Was Each Other: The Black Community of Madison, Indiana. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 1998. 136p. "An Oral History of the Black Community of Madison, Indiana." /GC 977.202 M26wa/

Jennings County:
Holmes, Maurice. Miscellaneous Records of Jennings County, Indiana. [Jennings Co., IN]: s. n., 1976. Negro Registry on p.42-64. /GC 977.201 J44ho/

Knox County:
Register of Negro Slaves and Masters for 1805-1807, Knox County, Indiana Territory. Chicago, IL: Barrackman Family Association, 1970. 5p. /GC 977.2 B233r/

Lake County:
Millender, Dharathula (Dolly). Gary's Central Business Community. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2003. 128p. Photographs. /GC 977.202 G19Ly/

Lawrence County:
Burchard, Helen. Enumerations of White and Colored Makes Over the Age of 21 Years in Shawswick Township, Lawrence County, Indiana in 1901. IN: Lawrence County Historical and Genealogical Society, 200-. 61p. /GC 977.201 L43bua/

Marion County:
Bell, Janet Cheatham. The Time and Place That Gave Me Life. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2007. 320p. Index. /GC 977.202 IN3bel/

Bundles, A'Lelia. Madam Walker Theatre Center: An Indianapolis Treasure. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2013. 127p. Bibliography. Photographs. /GC 977.202 In3b/

Interpretive Stories Associated With the Underground Railroad in the Indianapolis Area Submitted to Underground Railroad Research Assistantship Program, Division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology, Department of Natural Resources. Indianapolis, IN: s.n., 2001. 55p. Bibliography. /GC 977.2 In8un/

Pierce, Richard B. Polite Protest: The Political Economy of Race in Indianapolis, 1920-1970. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2005. 155p. Index. Notes. /GC 977.202 In3ph/

Spears, Jean E. and Dorothy Paul. Admission Record, Indianapolis Asylum for Friendless Colored Children, 1871-1900. Indianapolis, IN: Indiana Historical Society, 1978. 159p. Index. /GC 977.202 In3sp/

Who's Who in Black Indianapolis: The 2005-2006 Edition. Columbus, OH: Who's Who Publishing, 2005. 304p. Index. Photographs. /GC 977.202 IN3wb/

Zeigler, Sarah Parham. The History of the Negro Church in Indianapolis. Indianapolis, IN: Butler University, 1943. 203p. Bibliography. Map. Notes. /GC 977.202 In3z/

Miami County:
W. P. A. Index to Enumeration of Male Voters of Miami County, Indiana, 1850-1920. S. l.: Indiana Works Progress Administration, 1938. /GC 977.201 M58unro/

Owen County:
Peterson, Roger A. African Americans found in Owen County, Indiana Records, 1819-1880. Owen County, IN: R. A. Peterson, 1996. 94p. Index. /GC 977.201 Ow2petc/

Saint Joseph County:
Gordon, Buford F. The Negro in South Bend: A Social Study. South Bend, IN: Wolfson Press, 2009. 112p. Index. Photographs. Illustrations. /GC 977.202 So8go/

St. Joseph County:
O'Dell, Katherine. Our Day: Race Relations and Public Accommodations in South Bend, Indiana. South Bend, IN: Wolfson Press, Indiana University South Bend, 2010. 140p. Illustrations. Index. Photographs. /GC 977.202 So8ok/

Swedarsky, Lisa. A Place With Purpose: Hering House, 1925-1963. South Bend, IN: Wolfson Press, Indiana University South Bend, 2009. 92p. Illustrations. Index. Photographs. On Their Shoulders Series. /GC 977.202 So8sli/

Vanderburgh County:
Bigham, Darrel E. We Ask Only a Fair Trial: A History of the Black Community of Evansville, Indiana. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 1987. 286p. Index. Notes. Photographs. /GC 977.202 Ev17bi/

Butler, Brian. An Undergrowth of Folly: Public Order, Race Anxiety, and the 1903 Evansville, Indiana Riot. New York: Garland Publishing, Inc., 2000. 273p. Appendix. Bibliography. Index. Notes. Photographs. /GC 977.202 Ev17bu/

Vigo County:
Registry of Negroes and Mulattos, 1853-54, Vigo County, Indiana. Indianapolis, IN: Indiana State Archives, 2002. 3p. /GC 977.201 V68re/

Washington County:
Brown, Maxine F. "The Role of Free Black in Indiana's Underground Railroad": The Case of Floyd, Harrison, and Washington Counties. S.l.: s.n., 2001. 23p. Bibliography. /GC 977.2 B814ro/

Morris, Harvey. The Underground Railroad. Salem, IN: Washington County Historical Society, 1993. 170p. Illustrations. /GC 977.201 W27mo/

Robbins, Coy D. Reclaiming African Heritage at Salem, Indiana. Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, Inc., 1995. 234p. Appendices. Bibliography. Index. /GC 977.202 Sa32ro/

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