African American Dissertations Consult guide for complete listing.
Africans in the New World 1493-1834: from the John Carter Brown Library at Brown University
Anti-slavery collection, 18th to 19th centuries: from the Library of the Society of Friends (London)
Black abolitionist papers, 1830-1865.
Black power movement Part 1, Amiri Baraka from Black arts to Black radicalism
Butler plantation papers : the papers of Pierce Butler (1744-1822) and successors from the Historical Society Pennsylvania.
Federal surveillance of Afro-Americans (1917-1925) : the First World War, the Red scare, and the Garvey movement.
The Gale-Morant papers, 1731-1925.
George P. Johnson Collection on microfilm See online finding aid
Gumby collection of the American negro, pt. 3: Scrapbooks
Mary McLeod Bethune papers : the Bethune-Cookman College collection, 1922-1955.
Papers, 1817-1902. (Maryland State Colonization Society)
Papers of Carter G. Woodson and the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, 1915-1950.
Papers of the Congress of Racial Equality, 1941-1967
Papers of the Congress of Racial Equality, Addendum 1944-1968
Paul L. Dunbar papers : at the Ohio Historical Society.
The Peonage files of the U.S. Department of Justice, 1901-1945.
Population schedules of the seventh census of the United States, 1850. Georgia slave schedules.
Problems of the American Negro.
Programs, ideologies, tactics & achievements of Negro betterment & interracial organizations: a research memorandum / prepared by Ralph J. Bunche.
Records of the National Association of Colored Women's Clubs, 1895-1992.
Records of the National Negro Business League.
Records relating to the suppression of the African slave trade and to negro colonization, 1854-1872.
Slavery in ante-bellum Southern industries. Series B, Selections from the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
Slavery source materials and critical literature
Slavery source materials : books and pamphlets written before the Civil War, by and about the Negro and about slavery and anti-slavery.
The Tuskegee Institute news clippings file
U.S. Customs Service records, port of New Orleans, LA, Inward slave manifests, 1807-1860.
U.S. Customs Service records, port of New Orleans, LA, Outward slave manifests, 1812-1860.