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Home Collection Highlights Collection Highlight: African American History Month

Collection Highlight: African American History Month

  • Members of the congregation of the Second Baptist Church in Bismarck sit outside a building marked with the numbers 305.

Each year a collection of government agencies work together on the African American History Month website to pay tribute to the generations of African Americans who struggled with adversity to achieve full citizenship in American society. This single site provides many resources for educators and others including images, videos, and documents. Learn about entrepreneur and civil rights activist Maggie L. Walker, artist Josef Nassy, and listen to "Voices from the Southern Civil Rights Movement."

For more local information, Digital Horizons and the State Historical Society of North Dakota have resources on African American individuals and communities. Learn about Buffalo Soldiers like Private Carter Husefarmersathletes, and authors in North Dakota.

For questions about this topic or other library resources and services, contact Susanne Caro, Government Information Librarian, or another subject librarian.

Pictured above: Members of the congregation of the Second Baptist Church in Bismarck, North Dakota sit outside a building marked with the numbers 305. 1930-1939. The Second Baptist Church was located at the corner of south 8th Street and Sweet Avenue.