Amistad at Sea
Africana & Black History - New York Public Library Digital Gallery - Several thousand items ranging from historical documents and rare visual materials to contemporary photo-journalism, relating to the entirety of African American history from the 16th century to the present; selected in the course of developing the NYPL web site"African American Migration Experience."
Black Panthers Click on title and then click on Library of Congress call number to access full text.
Charlotte Hawkins Brown Memorial - By the North Carolina Division of Archives and History Online Texts of documents by and about her. Includes primary sources about the institute and the history of blacks in the South.
John Brown: An Address by Frederick Douglass Speech by Frederick Douglass at the Library of Congress Web site is a tribute to John Brown, a radical abolitionist which Virginia authorities hung.
Narrative of Sojourner Truth; a bondswoman of olden time, emancipated by the New York Legislature in the early part of the present century; with a history of her labors and correspondence drawn from her "Book of life."
The Slave Family "If'n you wants to know what unhappiness means," states John Rudd, a former slave interviewed in the 1930s, "jess'n you stand on the Slave Block and hear the Auctioneer's voice selling you away from the folk you love."