Picturing Maryland's African American History
Oxford African American Studies Center
Over 7500 articles from Oxford's authoritative reference program — with primary source documents, images, maps, chart and tables, and much more!
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Primary Source Documents, with specially written commentaries, take you through the personal and public histories of African Americans.
Maps illustrate over 90 country and territory articles, with thematic maps highlighting major events from the Civil War to the Civil Rights Movement.
Timelines guide you through the history of African Americans in sports, the military, and more, including women's history and Africa and the Diaspora.
Charts and tables provide information on everything from demographics to government and politics to business and labor to education and the arts.
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