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HIS 216: African American History Since 1877

A guide for HIS 216 students conducting research, looking for primary sources, and needing review of course content.

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Welcome!

African Americans Monument

Welcome to the Research Guide for HIS 216! Your class research assignment will focus on the African American history after 1877, and in this guide you'll find tutorials, links, and primary & secondary resources about this topic.

Please call me or email me if you need research assistance or if you would like to schedule an appointment (my contact info is to the right). I'm happy to meet with you to help you get started with your research or to answer any questions.

Essential Resources

Open Educational Resources (OERs)

Open Educational Resources are free educational materials that are open for anyone to use. Some of these materials are available under Creative Commons licenses that allow users to re-mix, customize, and re-distribute material for use in the classroom.