African-American Bibliography- History

African-American Bibliography- History

January 1992

The University of the State of New York
The State Education Department
The New York State Library
Albany, New York 12230


Regents of The University

Martin C. Barell, Chancellor, B.A., I.A., LL.B.                
R. Carlos Carballada, Vice Chancellor, B.S.              Rochester
Willard A. Genrich, LL.B.                                Buffalo
Emlyn I. Griffith, A.B., J.D                             Rome
Jorge L. Batista, B.A., J.D.                             Bronx
Laura Bradley Chodos, B.A., M.A.                         Vischer Ferry
Louise P. Matteoni, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.                    Bayside
J. Edward Meyer, B.A., LL.B.                             Chappaqua
Floyd S. Linton, A.B., M.A., M.P.A.                      Miller Place
Mimi Levin Lieber, B.A., M.A.                            Manhattan
Shirley C. Brown, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.                      Albany
Norma Gluck, B.A., M.S.W.                                Manhattan
Adelaide L. Sanford, B.A., M.A., P.D.                    Hollis
Walter Cooper, B.A., Ph.D.                               Rochester
Carl T. Hayden, A.B., J.D.                               Elmira
Diane O'Neill McGivern, B.S.N., M.A., Ph.D.              Staten Island

President of The University and Commissioner of Education
Thomas Sobol

Executive Deputy Commissioner of Education
Thomas E. Sheldon

Deputy Commissioner for Cultural Education
Carole F. Huxley

Assistant Commissioner for Libraries and State Librarian
Joseph F. Shubert

Director of the State Library
Jerome Yavarkovsky

Director, Division of Library Development
Roberta G. Cade


In honor of Black History Month, the New York State Library is issuing An African-American Bibliography: History. The bibliography lists selected resources of the New York State Library that document and comment on the experience of African Americans in the history of the United States. In addition to primary sources and significant historical works, the bibliography contains references to bibliographies and research aids.

Although the bibliography covers the African-American experience from the colonial period to the present, it emphasizes the post World War II period and the civil rights movement that followed the Supreme Court's decision in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka. The bibliography includes the major civil rights legislation of the past three decades, records the voices of African-American activism and protest, and illustrates the impact African-American voters and political candidates have had on the electoral process.

The bibliography also focuses on the work of African-American historians and social scientists, including not only classic texts by John Hope Franklin and Carter G. Woodson, the "Father of Black History," but also works by William Junius Wilson and Shelby Steele that reflect current African-American debate on social policy.

While the biographies cited in the bibliography are primarily those of African-American civil rights leaders and public officials, also cited are works by or about selected writers, entertainers, and sports figures whose lives have a social significance beyond their professional achievements. Consequently, Frederick Douglass, Martin Luther King, Jr., Barbara Jordan, Jesse Jackson, and Shirley Chisholm are profiled, but so are Paul Robeson, Jesse Owens, Althea Gibson, Muhammad Ali, Langston Hughes, and Richard Wright.

The mission of the New York State Library is to provide reference, information, and materials to support the work of New York State government and to ensure that every resident of the State has convenient free access to essential library services. To carry out this mission, the Library serves as the principal library resource for State government and serves as a coordinating and resource center for the statewide interlibrary loan network. If you cannot obtain the works listed in this bibliography at your local library, you may request them through interlibrary loan. Besides the bibliographic information, each entry in this bibliography contains the New York State Library call number in parenthesis. The use of this call number helps expedite the interlibrary loan process.

The bibliography was compiled by Melinda Yates, a reference librarian on the staff of the New York State Library. The New York State Library would like to acknowledge the generous financial assistance of the Division of Intercultural Relations in the publication of this bibliography.


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A Guide to Papers of the NAACP: Part I, 1909-1950, Meetings of the Board
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A Guide to Research on Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Modern Black
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Guide to Scholarly Journals in Black Studies. Introduction by Gerald A.
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Helmreich, William B. Afro-Americans and Africa: Black Nationalism at 
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Jones, Charles Edwin. Black Holiness: a Guide to the Study of Black
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McDonnell, Robert W. The Papers of W.E.B. Du Bois, 1803 (1877-1963)
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McPherson, James M. et al. Blacks in America; Bibliographical Essays.
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Morris, Milton D. Politics of Black America: an Annotated Bibliography.
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Newman, Debra L., comp. Black History: a Guide to Civilian Records in 
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Newman, Richard, comp. Black Access: a Bibliography of Afro-American
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Obudho, Constance E. Black-White Racial Attitudes: an Annotated
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Palmer, Pamela, ed. The Robert R. Church Family of Memphis: Guide to the
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Perry, Margaret. The Harlem Renaissance: an Annotated Bibliography and
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Professional Guide to the Afro-American in Print: a Bibliography of 
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Pyatt, Sherman E., comp. Martin Luther King, Jr.: an Annotated
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Ross, Frank Alexnder. Bibliography of Negro Migration. New York:
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Russell Sage College, Troy, N.Y. Library. Holdings on Black Americans.
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Rutgers University, New Brunswick, N.J. Library. Negro and New Jersey;
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Sims, Janet, comp. The Progress of Afro-American Women: a Selected
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Andrews, William L., ed. Sisters of the Spirit: Three Black Women's
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Astor, Gerald. "And a Credit to His Race"; the Hard Life and Times of
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Balagoon, Kuwasi. Look for Me in the Whirlwind: the Collective
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Baldwin, James. Notes of a Native Son. Boston: Beacon Press, 1955. (C,
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Breitman, George, Herman Porter, and Baxter Smith. The Assassination of
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______. The Good Fight. New York: Harper & Row, 1973. (C,
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Clay, Cassius Marcellus. The Life of Cassius Marcellus Clay. Memoirs,
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Cleaver, Eldridge. Soul on Ice. New York: McGraw Hill, 1967. (C,
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Colaiaco, James A. Martin Luther King, Jr.: Apostle of Militant 
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Comer, James P. Maggie's American Dream: the Life and Times of a Black
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Costanzo, Angelo. Surprizing Narrative: Olaudah Equiano and the
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Cottrell, John. Muhammad Ali, Who Once Was Cassius Clay. New York:
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Davis, Angela. Angela Davis an Autobiography. New York: Random
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Douglass, Frederick. Life and Times of Frederick Douglass: His Early     
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Duberman, Martin B. Paul Robeson. New York: Knopf, 1988. (C,
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Du Bois, W.E.B. The Autobiography of W.E.B. Du Bois; a Soliloquy on
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Edwards, Harry. The Struggle That Must Be: an Autobiography. New York:
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Evers, Mrs. Medgar. For Us, the Living. Garden City, NY: Doubleday,
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Forman, James. Sammy Younge, Jr.: the First Black College Student To Die
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Franklin, John Hope. George Washington Williams: a Biography. Chicago:
     University of Chicago Press, 1985. (C, 973.0496024, W723, 86-
______. A Life of Learning. Charles Homer Haskins Lecture. ACLS
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     Societies, 1988. (DACS, 88-47158).
______ and August Meier, eds. Black Leaders of the Twentieth Century.
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Frommer, Harvey. Rickey and Robinson: the Men Who Broke Baseball's
     Color Barrier. New York: Macmillan, 1982. (C, 796.3570922, R539,
Garrow, David. Bearing the Cross: Martin Luther King, Jr. and the 
     Southern Christian Leadership Conference. New York: Morrow, 1986. 
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Gavins, Raymond. The Perils and Prospects of Southern Black Leadership:
     Gordon Blaine Hancock, 1884-1970. Durham, NC: Duke University
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Gibson, Althea. I Always Wanted To Be Somebody. New York: Harper,
     1958. (Z, 796.34, Zg4g).
Gilbert, Olive. Narrative of Sojourner Truth, a Northern Slave. New 
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Greene, Lorenzo Johnston. Working with Carter G. Woodson, the Father of
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     Arvarh E. Strickland. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University 
     Press, 1989. (C, 973.0496073, G811, 89-44898).
Harlan, Louis R. Booker T. Washington: the Wizard of Tuskegee, 1901-
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Hodges, Willis Augustus. Free Man of Color: the Autobiography of Willis
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