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Welcome to the AFRAM 272: History of the South Since the Civil War Class Guide

Photograph, Civil Rights March on Washington, DC, August 28, 1963
Miscellaneous Subjects, Staff & Stringer Photographs

National Archives, Records of the U.S. Information Agency
Record Group 306 (ARC ID 542045)

This guide provides helpful starting points for completing your class assignment. It provides links to the most useful databases and resources for researching topics in African American history and finding film reviews.

  • Find articles- search for articles on topics related to African Americans during and after the Civil War

  • Film reviews - using selected databases and resources

  • Background resources - use for contextual exploration and locating primary sources.

  • Evaluating information sources - guide to enable scholars and information consumers choose the best and most reliable information that meets their research needs.

For historical sources see History: African Americans.

Feel free to contact me with any questions you have about your research.

 

Class Information

Librarian

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Harry Murphy
Contact:

Odegaard Undergraduate Library
Box 353080, Room M-112

4060 George Washington Lane
Seattle 98195-3080

Office Hours (6/25-8/15)
Odegaard Writing & Research Cntr. (OWRC 121):
Thu 3-5
Fri 9:30-11:00

For American Ethnic Studies subject related appointments (OUGL M112):
Mon 11-Noon
Tue 11-Noon
Wed 11-Noon

Phone: 206-616-5296
Skype Contact: hmaurice56