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Information pertaining to the African Diaspora in America from colonization to the evolution of African American culture and the era of various movements for social justice, performing arts, and black activism.
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Why would anyone want to lock away history?

Click the Link to view the Washington's post article on newly found information and what the discovery has done for the history at Jamestown, Virginia.

Slavery in America

NCCU Law Library

Stacks K3267 .M37 2012


The Pathway to Freedom

NCCU Shepard Library

Stacks Collection E450 .S57 2006


Th First African American Man of Science

NCCU Shepard Library

Stacks Collection E185.86 .R88 1998


The Rise of Cotton

Cotton was the major product in the Americas for profit next to tobacco.

Life After Slavery: Now What DO We Do?

Freedmen's Contracts were developed and signed after the end of the Civil War. With the establishment and passing of the Emancipation, slaves were no longer obligated to remain on the plantations of their "masters", however these contracts were agreements between the plantation owner and the "freed-men". 


Slave Narratives

NCCU Shepard Library

Stacks Collection E449 .D749 1997B

NCCU Shepard Library

Stacks Collection E444 .S8 1988

NCCU Shepard Library

"New Books" Shelf E450 .W325 A3 2008


Venacular Tradition in Book Form

NCCU Shepard Library

Stacks Collection REF GR111 .A47 G74 2006 v.2

MLS: Archives and Records Management

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