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African American History Month--KSL's February '08 Research Spotlight
Dr. Carter Woodson, Juneteenth, AAS@Case digital exhibits, first person narratives, images, phamphlets from the 1800s, ejournals, and many other selected items help you learn more about African American history.
Celebrating the 2008 theme "Carter G. Woodson and the Origins of Multiculturalism" , KSL has carefully selected resources for your learning and research. Read about the founder of Black History Month, and visit sites from the Smithsonian, The Library of Congress, and the Veterans History Project. Find academic contributions in first person narratives (University of Virginia, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill), and browse the Subject Listing for various African American areas in Digital Case.
Take a Black History Quiz, listen to jazz, tour a museum—all on the KSL Research Spotlight for February 2008!
Posted by Karen Oye on February 2, 2008 11:35 PM