Founded in 1991, Science Connection suspended operation April 30th, 2016.We are not accepting new members, but existing members can continue to log in and use the site until the end of June.The African-American Mosaic resource guide leads to documents in the Library of Congress collection that are relevant to black history and culture.Topics include colonization, abolition, migration, and the WPA interviews with former slaves.It includes rare examples of letters written by female slaves to both their relatives and their white mistresses.
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African-American Odyssey: A Quest for Citizenship This Online exhibit showcases the incomparable African-American holdings at the Library of Congress.
It includes links to Library of Congress collections including the Frederick Douglass Papers, "From Slavery to Freedom: The African-American Pamphlet Collection, 1824-1909," and "Slaves and the Courts, 1740-1860." African American Women On-Line Archival Collections site offers primary documents related to African-American women from the Duke University Special Collections.