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History Resources: African American History

Antiochiana Resources

Antiochiana has a variety of print resources from the pre-revolutionary era to the civil rights era. The Totten Room houses the Anti-Slavery Collection of pamphlets, scrap books of news clippings, books, tracts, and periodicals, etc., from the 1840 - 60's. The collection comes from the family of 1850's Antiochian Adams Jewett. His uncle (also named Adams) was President of the Dayton Anti-Slavery Society. Stop in to the OKL and visit Antiochiana archives on the second floor, or contact Scott Sanders: e-mail:
phone: 937-319-0111.

Online Resources


Books about Black Americans can be found in the library shelved under E 185

Browse books on African American history in the OKL listed by topic