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ProQuest’s openly available Black Freedom Struggle website features 2,000 expertly selected primary source documents – historical newspaper articles, pamphlets, diaries, correspondence and more – from pivotal eras in African American history.
The Digital Public Library of America Primary Source Collections explore topics in history, literature, and culture developed by educators — complete with teaching guides for class use.
Primary Source Collections include topics such as the Cherokee Removal and the Trail of Tears; Exodusters: African American Migration to the Great Plains; the Second Ku Klux Klan and The Birth of a Nation; and many more.
The Equal Justice Initiative has created an interactive experience inspired by the original "Lynching in America" report. This project tells the story of racial terror in America and explores how its legacy continues to shape our nation today.
The Lynching in America project includes audio stories from generations affected by lynching, an interactive map on the impact of lynching, and more.
More than 1,600 publications offer unparalleled insight into the relationship between Native Americans and European settlers. Features text and data analysis tools, author biographies, and suggested search paths for easy browsing and discovery.
Oklahoma Digital Prairie provides visitors unique digital content spanning more than 100 years of rich, vibrant history from the 46th State. The resource areas include documents, photographs, newspapers, reports, pamphlets, posters, maps, and audio/visual content. Content ranges from the late 1800s to the present day.
Collections include documents state government records from the Tulsa Race Massacre; correspondence, newspaper clippings, and publications for and against, women's suffrage in Oklahoma; documents related to the 1948 Ada Lois Sipuel legal case against the University of Oklahoma law school; and much more.