If you're doing research on the Underground Railroad, consider the following resources:
America in Class--Primary Resources in US History and Literature.
National Humanities Center's 19th Century--NHC’s TeacherServe, Freedom’s Story, links to 19th Century Issues.
Timeline of African-American History-- from the Library of Congress
American Memory- same as above link, but up one to search differently.
History Matters-- archives and narratives.
North American Slave-- Narratives and Images, from Documenting the South.
The Slave Narrative--from Washington State University, has early examples and links to many more sources.
The following resources are from the database page,so grab a username/password bookmark to access them.
SIRS Renaissance- has graphics and articles.
Facts on File: American History- has primary sources, maps & charts.
Gale U.S. History in Context- has primary sources & images.
Britannica Annals of American History- includes speeches & songs (lyrics).
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