- African American History Month -- The Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum join in paying tribute to the generations of African Americans who struggled with adversity to achieve full citizenship in American society.
- Smithsonian Black History Images
- National Park Service -- African American Heritage -- Places of Struggle, Community and Triumph
- National Archives -- African American History Portal -- Includes Video Resources, Blogs, Featured Documents and Online Exhibits, Education Resources, and Other Resources
- National Endowment for the Humanities -- African American History and Culture in the United States --Our Teacher's Guide offers a collection of lessons and resources for K-12 social studies, literature, and arts classrooms that center around the achievements, perspectives, and experiences of African Americans across U.S. history.
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum -- Black History Month
- History.com -- Black History Month
- Wikipedia -- Black History Month
- Biography.com -- Black History
- The Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH®) -- Origins of Black History Month
- Library of Congress -- African American History Month
- Time.com -- This Is How February Became Black History Month
- CNN.com -- Meet the man who created Black History Month
- Census.gov -- National African-American (Black) History Month: February 2020
- ReadingRockets.org -- Black History Month
- Google.com -- In honor of Black History Month
- ADL.org -- Black History Month
- National Museum of African American History and Culture -- Celebrating Black History Month
- Old Dominion University -- Black History Month
- National Education Association -- Black History Month Lessons & Resources, Grades K-5
- American Bar Association -- Celebrating Black History Month -- Since 1976, every U.S. President has officially designated the month of February as Black History Month. In 2019, the ABA is celebrating the work of Black/African-American legal trailblazers.
- Oxford African American Studies Center -- Resources
- FamilySearch.org -- All about Black History Month
- Library of Congress -- African American Family Histories and Related Works in the Library of Congress
- FamilySearch.org -- Tracing Your African-American Genealogy
- The Family History Guide -- African American Genealogy
- American Ancestors -- African American Genealogy
- FamilySearch Wiki -- African American Genealogy
African American Heritage Committee (Ky.), Lucille Brooks, and Kentucky Heritage Council. African American Heritage of Simpson County, Kentucky, 2001.
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Black History. New York, N.Y.: Copublished by the Institute for Research in History and the Haworth Press, 1983.
Black History. Place of publication not identified: publisher not identified, 1990.
Black History Month Activity and Enrichment Handbook: An Easy-to-Use Collection of Ideas, Activities & Games Designed to Help Explore African-American History and Culture. Orange, NJ: Just Us Books, 1990.
Blockson, Charles L. Black Genealogy. Black Classic Pr, 1992.
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There is a whole lot more information than I could possibly list but let me end up with these links to the Freedman Records.
- National Archives -- African American Records: Freedmen's Bureau
- National Museum of African American History and Culture -- The Freedmen's Bureau Records
- The Freedmen's Bureau Online -- This website has a number of links to other records
- Digital Public Library of America -- The Freedmen's Bureau
- FamilySearch.org -- United States Freedmen's Bureau, Records of Freedmen, 1865-1872