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Contents

Internet Sites

Other Sources

Books
  • Brown, Canter, Jr. Florida's Black Public Officials, 1867-1924, (Tuscaloosa, Alabama : University of Alabama Press, c1998). FHL book 975.9 D34b
  • Florida Memory, The Black Experience: A Guide to African American Resources in the State Library and Archives of Florida (accessed 6 April 2012).
  • McGriff, Delbra D. The Black Experience: a Guide to Afro-American Resources in the Florida State Archives, (Tallahassee, Florida: Florida Department of State Division of Library and Information Services, 1991). FHL book 975.9 A1 no. 122 Revised 2002 digitized version.
Films
  • Documents Relating to the Military and Naval Service of Blacks Awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor from the Civil War to the Spanish-American War, (Washington [District of Columbia] : The National Archives, 1973), on 4 microfilm reels FHL films 1601548-1601551.
  • Freedman's Savings and Trust Company (Tallahassee, Florida), Registers of Signatures of Depositors, 1866-1872, (Washington [District of Columbia] : National Archives. Central Plains Region, 1969). FHL film 928575 item 4.

Societies

  • Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society, Central Florida Chapter
  • Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU), The Black Archives Research Center. The majority of the archival holdings are records about the history of Africans and African Americans, especially their institutions and organizations, with an impressive holding of manuscripts, rare books, journals, magazines, maps, newspapers, and photographs.




 

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