- THE HALL OF HEROES - Program of Events In Honor of Medal of Honor Recipients 16 July 2001 at the Pentagon, Arlington, Virginia
- THE NEW HISTORICALLY AND POLITICALLY INCORRECT MODERN DAY CONFEDERATE - Commentary
- CARVER SCIENCE DISCOVERY CENTER - (Posted 1/14/01) - George Washington Carver National Monument, Diamond, Missouri, offers a variety of learning experiences for students of all ages at the Carver Science Discovery Center. The Center provides scientific equipment and instruction that allows students to conduct experiments related to Dr. Carver's work.
- "FULFILL THE DREAM - BE YOUR BROTHER'S KEEPER" - (Posted 1/3/01) - Welcome to the website of Jacqueline Smith who has protested tirelessly for over twelve years to keep the dream alive.
- MISSISSIPPI STATE FLAG - ... and we talk about black Civil War soldiers as they fought across Mississippi. Their honor must be preserved with a proper salute from a proper flag, says ancestors in Mississippi and across the nation.
- LIEUTENANT RAMON F. NOCHES - . . . In 1943 he was accepted into the flying training program at
Tuskegee graduating with the pilot class of 1944D. On June 6, 1945, at 12:25
AM, while on a B-25 training flight from Godman field, his plane crashed on
takeoff from Gunter Field Alabama.
- HAITIAN FLIER USED TUSKEGEE TRAINING TO BATTLE DICTATORS - When Raymond Cassagnol took a job as an airplane mechanic in his native Haiti in 1942, almost the last thing he expected to be doing a year later was flying planes with the United States' legendary Tuskegee Airmen.
- THE ESTELUSTI FOUNDATION - Preserving Oklahoma Freedmen History and Genealogy
- ED SEBESTA'S TEMPLE OF DEMOCRACY - I imagine our republic as a temple of democracy. Inside there is an ongoing mud wrestling match, which is the political process of a republic. Here we argue and debate. Here is where "Reason wrestles with Error."
- BLACK SEMINOLES IN TEXAS AND MEXICO - The University of Texas Institute of Texan Cultures (ITC) at San Antonio, a multicultural institution focused on the history and culture of Texas, has initiated a program to document the history of the black Seminoles and is committed to assisting
them in efforts to preserve their cultural traditions.
- SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF THE UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS - The S&DUSCT's primary mission is to honor the historical legacy of those who served in the United States Colored Troops(USCT) and to educate the public to the true role played by free blacks and slaves in the American Civil War of 1860-1865.
- THE NATIONAL WOMAN'S PARTY - A Historic, nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to equality for women
- A LACK OF EVIDENCE - Blacks did not fight for the South, despite what Confederate apologists argue (Newspaper Column)
- THROUGH THE LENS OF TIME - Images of African Americans from the Cook Collection
- BLACK FARMERS GET SCREWED - By Dr. Anne T. Sulton, Esq., Jackson Advocate Special Reporter. Published in the August 3-9, 2000 edition.
- THE BATTLE OF MILLIKEN'S BEND (CIVIL WAR) - By Earnest McBride (Revised and updated: July 21, 2000)
- LETTER - From Brevet Major General John B. Sanborn, Commissioner, to the Honorable James Harlan, U. S. Secretary of the Interior - Headquarters. Commission for regulating relations between Freedmen in the Indian
Territory and their former masters. Fort Smith, Arkansas. January 5, 1866
- CAMP WILLIAM PENN'S BLACK SOLDIERS IN BLUE
- SERGEANT JOHN WARD'S MEXICAN CAVALRY SABER
- THE MARGARET GARNER ARCHEOLOGICAL PROJECT
- THE "OL' AUCTION BLOCK" IN LURAY, VIRGINIA
- AFRICAN AMERICANS IN EARLY RADIO
- BLACK MARITIME HISTORY RUNS DEEP
- THE AD WHITE SLAVE-RESCUE CASE
- BOY SCOUT EAGLE PROJECT - WESTLAWN CEMETERY, DEL RIO, TEXAS
- BLACK COUNCILMAN KENNETH STOKES CALLED "BOY" DURING HEATED EXCHANGE - The mixture of whites and one Black Confederate wannabes taunted Black Ward 3 City councilman Kenneth Stokes at his place of employment - Jackson's City Hall.
- LIGHT OF ATHENS - The Trinity community will never forget the Christmas season of 1941....
- THE BLACK BRIGADE OF CINCINNATI - Civil War
- A DREAM OF WINGS - Black female pilot Mildred Carter was frustrated in her effort to serve in the skies, but, in Tuskegee, she's counted among the famed Airmen - By Jeff Hardy - Mobile, Alabama Register - Washington Bureau
- BLACK OKLAHOMA TODAY - Oklahoma's Premier African American Internet Site
- RACE - WE'RE ONLY NOW REPAYING A DEBT - Despite injustices blacks soldiered on
- WHERE ARE THE RANDOLPHS: A SURNAMING QUESTION - Presentation by Art Thomas at the University of Dayton, April 10, 1999
- EXHIBIT - FROM AFRICA TO ETERNITY - Denise White Fields, Curator -- Over 3,000 authentic artifacts and documents related to the slave era, reconstruction, the military, civil rights, the Black Church, music/entertainment, sports, as well as figural images, pictorial images, literary collectibles, advertisements, money, stamps, banks, toys, dolls, folk art and various miscellaneous items.
- THE RED TAIL MUSTANG RESTORATION AND PRESERVATION PROJECT - An effort of the Confederate Air Force
and Tuskegee Airmen, Inc.
- REPORT - THIRD ANNUAL OHIO UNDERGROUND RAILROAD SUMMIT - Sandusky, Ohio
- CAROLINA - GEORGIA LOWCOUNTRY - History, Culture, Special Projects and Currents Events
- LOOKING FOR GHOSTS OF SLAVE'S PAST - Archaeologists search Boone Co. farm for clues (Margaret Garner)
- PREJUDICE AND SLAVERY IN THE CHURCH - Newspaper Articles 1838-1839
- CIVIL WAR NEWS - Newspaper Articles 1862-1865
- THE FIFTH ESTATE - Stagville Plantation Keeps Slave History Alive so We Do Not Relive It
- THE BLACK WATCH OF TEXAS - By Mary Louise Thompson, "San Antonio Express" November 16, 1924 - Almost forgotten, These Seminole Negro Indian Scouts Are Living in Peace on the Border, But They
Had Their Day in Shaping History for Texas.
- THE MARGARET GARNER PROJECT - Home of Margaret Garner has been discovered
- CHRISTINE'S AFRICAN AMERICAN REVOLUTIONARY/CIVIL WAR WEBSITES
- HELP SAVE THE HOLT HOUSE - Built in the early 1800's the Holt House is on the National Register of Historic Places and is Federally
- A LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN - A Professor confronts the Southern League
- ALABAMA AFRICAN AMERICAN GENEALOGY - Web Site By Sandra Johnson
- CHARLIE MONTGOMERY, 88, COLORED PREACHER, DIES - Article published in the Mobile (Alabama) Register - March 26, 1948.
- C. ALFRED "CHIEF" ANDERSON - The Most Famous Black Aviator in America - By John Sherrer, Editor, Pride Magazine - November 1976
- SLAVE NARRATIVE AND OBITUARY OF MRS. SARAH FRANCIS (WOOD) BURKE (1843-1940) - James Immel, Reporter . Edited by Henry Robert Burke - August 1, 1998
- WAR AFTERMATH DEPOSE - Poetic Commentaries by Tyrone Dancy, Decorated Vietnam War Veteran
- DEAR FELLOW WEST VIRGINIA STATE COLLEGE MEMBERS. From James A. Manning, Class of '53
- HISTORY OF MILAN COUNTY, TEXAS - War Dead is Being Written
- BORN IN SLAVERY -
Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-1938 contains more than 2,300 first-person
accounts of slavery and 500 black-and-white photographs of former slaves. These narratives were collected in the 1930s as part of the Federal Writers' Project of the Works Progress Administration (WPA) and assembled and microfilmed in 1941 as the seventeen-volume Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States from Interviews with Former Slaves.
- LINCOLN CEMETERY, GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA - This historic African-American Cemetery has been in existence since 1867. It was originally called the Goodwill Cemetery. Saint Paul’s A.M.E. Zion Church Minute Books:1840-1895 records the founders of this cemetery as the Sons of Goodwill.
- HELP SAVE ROBERT SMALLS' HOME - (Posted 1/3/01) - A plea! As I write today I am saddened by the occasion of the recent sale of the Robert Smalls home (a National Historic Landmark) in Beaufort, South Carolina. The saddening sale of this property represents the historically repeated American practice, which has allowed the significant American historical contributions made by the former
owner of this home to remain obscure.
- PRINCIPAL SAYS BLACKS ARE NOT WRITING OPINION ON FLAG ISSUE - While many African Americans want the emblem of the Confederacy removed from the state flag, Principal Larry Fry said that they are not responding to the state flag commission's requests for written comments and opinions to determine if the flag should be changed or remain the same.
- A LEGEND LEAVES AND A NATION GRIEVES - Brooks Gray says "so long and carry on."
- MILITARY RECORDS - A list of web sites with information and forms needed to obtain personnel records.
- DOUGLASS INSTITUTE OF GOVERNMENT - The Douglass Institute of Government (DIG) is an educational " think tank " dedicated to research and policy studies on African - American culture, history, and relevant contemporary issues in support of Frederick Douglass' admonition to a young student: "Agitate, agitate, agitate".
- ANTHONY POWELL'S PORTRAITS IN BLACK BUFFALO SOLDIERS AND SAILORS WEB SITE - This Web Site is gratefully dedicated to the memory of black men and women who have served in the United States Armed Forces and defended freedom and democracy. They fought and served on the far-flung battlefields of Europe and Asia, and on American soil. Though they were distrusted, feared, and even hated, they never
lost their faith in themselves or their country.
- BLACK CAMISARDS - African-American Civil War Art, Books and Collectibles
- THE SLAVE REVOLT ON BOARD THE AMERICAN BRIG CREOLE - The Creole Research Center is researching and detailing the unprecedented slave revolt on board the Brig Creole, in 1841. We are developing a data base of all crew members, owners, and slaves held on board (including their ancestry and descendants) as well as details on their ports of call, Richmond, Hampton Roads, and Norfolk, Virginia; Nassau, N.P.; Kingston, Jamaica; and New Orleans, LA.
- WITHOUT SANCTUARY - Photographs and Postcards of Lynching in America
- RECORDS OF THE BROTHERHOOD OF SLEEPING CAR PORTERS - Series A: Holdings of the Chicago Historical Society and the Newberry Library, 1925-1969 - Part 3: Records of the BSCP Relations with the Pullman Company, 1925-1968
- J. MARION SIMS ("The
Father of Gynecology.") - One Among Many Monumental Mistakes - By Wendy Brinker
- THE BLACK MEMORIAL DAY TRADITION IN VICKSBURG, MISSISSIPPI or How the Black People of a Civil War Town Got Stuck with the Responsibility of Celebrating Important National Holidays and How the Current Generation is Shunning that Responsibility - By Earnest McBride, Freelance Journalist
- WASHINGTON SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL - WASHINGTON COURT HOUSE, OHIO
- AFRICAN-AMERICAN WOMEN TO BE FOCUS OF LECTURE
- THE WILD WEST OF THE SEMINOLE NEGRO INDIAN SCOUTS
- BOOK - BLACK COWBOYS IN TEXAS
- LIVING RED-BROWN IN EL NORTE
- ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT
- HELP SAVE THE HOLT HOUSE
- WORLD WAR II AND THE LATER YEARS - From the column, UP AND DOWN FARISH STREET, by Jim Rundles, Jackson Advocate Feature Historian - First… What was the single most outstanding event that happened during the past century? The answer: World War II.
- BOOK - HIDDEN IN PLAIN VIEW - a Secret Story of Quilts and the Underground Railroad
- BLACK FARMERS AND AGRICULTURALISTS ASSOCIATION - A grassroots, volunteer organization created in 1997 in direct response to the staggering decline in African American farmers and landowners.
- BLACK FAMILIES.com - Keeping Our Families Whole
- FREEDOM FIGHTERS - Along the banks of Florida's Loxahatchee River lies a spot where ghosts live: the sacred spirits of the Seminoles and former slaves who banded together to fight U.S. treachery.
- BLACK, BUCKSKIN AND BLUE: African-American Scouts and Soldiers on the Western Frontier - By Art T. Burton
- PETITION - UNDERGROUND RAILROAD COMMEMORATIVE STAMP
- BUFFALO SOLDIERS' ASSAULT ON THE GOTHIC LINE - The African-American 92nd Infantry Division took on formidable German opposition in its push up the Italian boot.
- INDIAN TERRITORY - OKLAHOMA - Lawmen, Outlaws and Farmers
- RESTING PLACES OF UNITED STATES COLORED TROOPS IN OHIO
- ACADEMIC INFO -
AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY - An Annotated Directory of Internet Resources on Black
- THE BLACK SEMINOLES - By Kenneth W. Porter -- Edited by Alcione M. Amos and Thomas P Senter
- AFRICAN AMERICAN MILITARY HISTORY
- BLACK EXPERIENCE WORKSHOP - March 18-19, 1999 - University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
- TUSKEGEE UNIVERSITY POINTS OF DISTINCTION
- TUSKEGEE SYPHILIS AND FDR TRANSCRIPTS OF CONVERSATIONS - ....Among New Materials Added to the National Archives Web Site
- CIVIL WAR REPORT - SKIRMISH AT ISLAND MOUND, MISSOURI. - OCTOBER 29, 1862. -- First engagement by Colored Troops, the First Kansas Colored Infantry
- MOTON FIELD, TUSKEGEE, ALABAMA - (UPDATED) Tuskegee Airmen Historic Site Approved by U. S. Senate - Articles from the Tuskegee News, Montgomery Advertiser and Atlanta Journal-Constitution
- BLACK CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS OF THE TRANS-MISSISSIPPI WEST - Dedicated to the African Ancestored
Union Soldiers who fought in the American Civil War on American's Western Frontier
- AFRICAN AMERICAN FARMER 1920-1932 - PART I - Parts II and III will be posted soon
- CAMP SIBERT, ALABAMA - A Riot at Chemical Warfare Training Center in 1944
- LIFE'S WORK ROOTED IN FAMILY TREE - Baltimore Woman (Agnes Kane Callum) Tells the Stories of Maryland's Slaves
- 'WHITE,''MIXED' OR' OTHER?' - Annotated Bibliography by A. D. Powell
- PETER BRUNER, 12TH USCHA AND RICHARD BURNS, 9TH USCHA - Civil War Soldiers - Submitted by A. Bradley McClain
- AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY - The Lawrence Register - Genealogical and Historical Website for Lawrence County, Ohio
- MEMORIAL TO BLACK SOLDIERS MARKING TIME DESPITE JULY DEDICATION - Visitors Are Kept Away While Contractors Continue Work - By Linda Wheeler, Washington Post Staff Writer
- MOVIE SHOWS MILITARY'S BIAS - By Lawrene Trump - Cox News Service
- "THROUGH THESE EYES" The Photographs of P. H. Polk (Tuskegee University). From E. DuBose-Bozeman