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Digital Primary and Secondary Sources: African American History

This guide contains links to dozens of 100% online primary and secondary resources aimed at students conducting historical research without any access to physical archives or libraries. While most can be freely accessed, some may require a CofC account

Lowcountry Digital History Initiative Exhibits

LDHI publishes digital exhibits highlighting underrepresented race, class, gender, and labor histories within the Lowcountry region, and in historically interconnected Atlantic World sites. These accessible online exhibits can be viewed anywhere. 

 

A History of Burke High School in Charleston, South Carolina since 1894 

 

A Tribute to Mother Emanuel Church

The Stono Preserve's Changing Landscape

 

Nat Fuller's Feast: The Life and Legacy of an Enslaved Cook in Charleston

 

Web Sources (Slavery)

Databases

Online Resources

Adam Matthew Highlights