American Archeology at Manassas National Battlefield Park
Lost, Tossed and Found presents evidence of African American history
and culture discovered in the Manassas Battlefield archeological record.
African-American Households showcases the history and archeology at both the Robinson House and the Nash Site.
Manassas National Battlefield
The official National Park Service website for the Manassas National
Region Archeology Program
The Region Archeology Program provides for the study, protection, preservation,
and interpretation of archeological sites and their collections located
in or collected from parks within the National Capital Region.
Links to laws, regulations, and standards of historic preservation in
the United States.
Sources in Virginia: A Guide to Manuscripts
Geared toward researchers, provides an extensive list of 18th, 19th,
and 20th-century primary sources.
American History and Culture
Online version of the CRM issue which features various articles
on African American history and culture.
History Lesson Plans
Comprehensive lesson plans on African American History put together
as part of the Teaching With Historic Places Program.
Reflections on the American Landscape: Identifying and Interpreting
Online version of this National Park Service publication examines the identification and interpretation of African cultural
heritage found in the American built environment and material culture.
African American Archeology and History
Southeast Archeological Center
This site provides information and pictures of recent archeological
and ethnographic work completed by the Southeast Archeological Center
that celebrates African Americans’ rich history and culture.
Documenting the South:
North American Slave Narratives
Contains numerous narratives of former and fugitive slaves printed in
newspapers, pamphlets, and books before 1920.
American Heritage in the Golden Crescent
The Golden Crescent, running in a wide swath along the Atlantic Coast
from Savannah to Cape Canaveral and inland towards Tallahassee, is an
area rich in African American history. Features of this cultural heritage
survive in many Crescent communities like Half Moon Bluff, Hog Hammock,
of African Americans from the 19th Century
This site is an excellent resource for images of African Americans in
19th century America.
National Parks Associated with African
Americans: An Ethnographic Perspective
Navigate regional maps to find how many national parks are important
to African American communities and their histories.
of Cultural Memory: Conference Proceedings
Online version of the various papers presented at this 2001 conference
held in Atlanta.