Drawing upon the rich resources of the National Archives of the United States, this project explains how black people traversed from slavery to freedom, between the beginning of the Civil War in 1861 and the beginning of Radical Reconstruction in 1867.
A selection of visual resources "document the social, political and cultural life worlds of African-American people from slavery to various stages of quasi freedom." Digital Schomburg. New York Public Library Digital Library Collections.
A Library of Congress Resource Guide for the Study of Black History and Culture. The African American Mosaic is an introductory guide covering colonization, abolition, migration after the Civil War, and sources from the WPA.