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African Americans -- History

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 records:

African American history clippings

Call Number: RH MS 1183

The African American history clippings collection covers a range of topics related to African American history, with some of the material relating specifically to Kansas and the Kansas City area.

Dates: 1960 - 1996

James Henry letter and photograph

Call Number: RH MS P340

Letter, 1867, February 27. Brazos County, Texas. To Mr. R. H. and Susanah Miller, Lawrence, Kansas. And photograph, "Mexican Bake-Oven" by Miller.

Dates: February 27, 1867

William Tuttle's research and teaching in African American history and the history of racial violence in 20th century America

Call Number: RH MS 1472

The Bill Tuttle papers are the works, notes, and self-collected documents of a long-time American studies and African / African-American studies professor at the University of Kansas. The collection includes research notes, writings, teaching files, and subject files regarding the 1919 Chicago race riots; the 1921 Tulsa, Oklahoma race riots; 20th century racial violence; and more general topics of African American history in the United States.

Dates: 1899 - 2016