Introduction: Black Political Thought as Shaped in the South
Tulane University, New Orleans, LA
Amistad Research Center, American Missionary Association Collection, Archives and Special Collections
Columbia University Rare Book and Manuscript Library, New York, NY
Emory University, Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archive and Rare Book Library, Atlanta, GA
William H. Scott, Sr. Papers, William Henry Scott, Sr. (1848–1910). BV2 Scrapbook 1874–1880
Library of Congress, Washington, DC
Chronicling America. Historic American Newspapers Database.
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Library of Virginia, Richmond
Virginia Writers Project Oral Histories
Virginia African American Newspapers Collection
Louisiana State Archives, Baton Rouge. https://www.sos.la.gov/HistoricalResources/ResearchHistoricalRecords/LocateHistoricalRecords/Pages/default.aspx.
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge
Miami University Libraries, Walter Havighurst Special Collections, Oxford, OH
Robert C. Schenck Papers, Correspondence of Thomas Tullock, Secretary of the Union Republican Congressional Committee
Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Jackson
Journal of Proceedings. Grand Lodge, Knights of Pythias, State of Mississippi, 1882
Mississippi State University Libraries Digital Collections. https://www.library.msstate.edu/digitalcollections.
National Archives, Washington, DC
Records of the Freedman’s Savings and Trust Company
New Orleans Public Library, New Orleans, LA
African American Collections
Afro-American Churchman ( Virginia; 1886)
American Eagle ( Virginia)
Atlanta Constitution (national)
Baltimore Afro-American (national)
Christian Recorder (national)
Colored American (Georgia), 1865–66
Free State (Mississippi)
Golden Rule (Mississippi)
Jackson Daily News
Light (Mississippi; 1891)
The Louisianian (issues from 1870–72, 1872–78, 1879–82)
L’Union (Lousiana; 1862–64)
Lynchburg Opportunity (1915)
Midland Express ( Virginia; 1893)
Monthly Advocate ( Virginia; 1896)
National Baptist World
National Pi lot (Virginia; 1890)
New Orleans Tribune (1864–69)
Newport News Star (1931–35)
New York Age
New York Daily Tribune
New York Times
Norfolk Journal and Guide (1916–27)
People’s Advocate ( Virginia; 1876–86)
Petersburg Lancet (1882–86)
Richmond Daily Dispatch (1850–84)
Richmond Daily Enquirer
Richmond Planet (1883–1938)
Richmond Reformer (1897–1905)
Roanoke Weekly Press (1892)
Southern News ( Virginia; 1892)
Southern Opinion ( Virginia; 1867–69)
Southwestern Christian Advocate (Louisiana; 1877–1929)
Staunton Tribune ( Virginia; 1927)
True Southerner ( Virginia; 1866)
Virginia Star (1877–82)
Weekly Pelican (1886–89)
An Act to Amend the Vagrant Laws of the State.
An Act to Confer Civil Rights on Freedmen, and for Other Purposes.
Act to Punish Certain Offenses Therein Named & for Other Purposes.
An Act to Regulate the Relation of Master and Apprentice as Relates to Freedmen, Free Negroes and Mulattoes.
US Census Bureau. Manuscript. Eighth Census of the United States, 1860; Ninth Census of the United States, 1870; Tenth Census of the United States, 1880.