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Ethnicity Resources and Links
PREMIUM RESOURCES: Databases brought to you by Mobile Public Library, Alabama Public Library Service and the Alabama Virtual Library.
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African Studies LibGuide
Black History And the Civil Rights Movement
The African American Odyssey - American Memory Collection at Library of Congress with topics from Slavery to Civil Rights.
African American Women Writers of the 19th Century - Full text archive
Civic Participation & Citizenship Collection- Links to biographies, civil rights, and immigration.
Don Mabry's Historical Text Archive: African American History
Encyclopedia Brittanica Civil Rights Movement
Hawkins' Division of Black Troops at Fort Blakeley - Brief history and links on black soldiers in the Civil War.
The Jackson Davis Collection of African-American Educational Photographs - 4,500 scenes from education in the south, search by state, town or school.
National Civil Rights Museum
Powerful Days in Black and White - Charles Moore's photographs.
Teenie Harris Archive - Great Depression - Civil Rights in Pittsburgh documented by +80,000 images
We Shall Overcome - Historic places of the Civil Rights Movement.
African American Inventors
Inventions and Patents of African Americans- 20th Century
Black Inventors - Black Patent Holders and Inventors A-Z from About.com. .
Inventions and Patents of African Americans - 19th Century
American Jewish Congress
Haggadot.com - create your own Haggadah
Jewish Studies Lib Guide
Kashrut.com - Learn about kosher foods, get alerts, buy online.
Maven, the Virtual Know-it-All - Guide to thousands of Jewish/Israel links.
The African - Native Genealogy Page - Oklahoma's Black Indians.
Alabama Tribes Resources - Alabama Dept. of Archives and History.
American Indian Tribal Directory - U. S. Federally recognized tribes.
Cahokia Mounds - Archaeological site with virtual tour.
First Nations History - US and Canadian tribes info location, culture, history, population, and language.
The Illustrating Traveller - 18th and 19th century paintings of Native Americans.
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center - Preservation of Pueblo sites and culture.
Moundville Archaeological Park - Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
National Congress of American Indians - Current issues including land management.
The National Historic Trail: the Trail of Tears - With maps, timeline, and diaries.
National Museum of the American Indian - Virtual tour of the Smithsonian Institution exhibits preserving Native American culture.
Native American Digitization Project - Tribal constitutions, codes, and legal documents.
Native American Genealogy
Native American Health
Native American Indian Art - Beads, pottery, basketry, textiles, young people's art, photography, regional art, sculpture, and stolen art.
Native American Rights Fund - Legal issues and resources.
Native American Sites (Lisa Mitten)
Border and Latin American Information
UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center
Latin America and Caribbean Studies LibGuides
Latino Studies LibGuides
Latin American Network Information Center - LANIC
Saludos Web: Careers, Employment & Culture
Asian American Politics - Voting records of politicians
Asian American Health
Asian American Net
East Asian Studies LibGuide
WWW Virtural Library - Asian Studies
Mobile International Festival - Annual event celebrating the varied cultural world.
Learn English as a Second Language
ESL Self-Study Quizzes - English Vocabulary and Grammar tests.
ESL Resources - Teacher and student categories, magazines, and games.
The English Zone