Tutt Library Research Guides
Rosa Parks, 1955
ArchiveGrid. Thousands of libraries, museums, and archives have contributed nearly a million collection descriptions to ArchiveGrid. Researchers can learn about the many items in each of these collections, contact archives to arrange a visit to examine materials, and order copies.
Archive Finder. Identifies collections in archives and manuscripts repositories in the United States, U.K., and Ireland. Archive Finder brings together ArchivesUSA and the cumulative index to the National Inventory of Documentary Sources in the UK and Ireland (NIDS UK/Ireland).
National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections. The mission of the NUCMC program is to provide and promote bibliographic access to the nation's documentary heritage. This mission is realized by NUCMC production of cataloging describing archival and manuscript collections held by eligible repositories located throughout the United States and its territories. The program's mission is further realized by the provision of free searching, via NUCMC gateways, of archival and manuscript cataloging in OCLC WorldCat.
African American Research from the National Archives
America's Black Holocaust Museum An interactive website based on the museum's four themes: Remembrance, Resistance, Redemption, and Reconciliation
Black Past : Remembered & Reclaimed a Digital Archive and online reference guide to African American History
Brown v. Board of Education Digital Archive Provided by the University of Michigan, the archive is divided into four main areas of interest: Supreme Court cases; busing and school integration efforts in northern urban areas; school integration in the Ann Arbor Public School District; and recent resegregation trends in American schools.
Civil Rights Digital Library CRDL is a partnership among librarians, technologists, archivists, educators, scholars, academic publishers, and public broadcasters. The initiative receives support through a National Leadership Grant for Libraries awarded to the University of Georgia by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
Center for the Study of Southern Culture courtesy of the University of Mississippi.
An engraving of Harriet Tubman from How Did Women Participate in the Underground Railroad? -- available in Women and Social Movements, 1600-2000