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Harlem Renaissance

Midsummer Night In Harlem by Palmer Hayden

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Web Sites

Pespectives in American A bibliography featuring many of the most of articles and books that focus on the people and ideas of the Harlem Renaissance literature movement. Includes research and study guides for students, as well as links to the other author profiles. Created by a professor at California State University.
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Harlem History from Columbia University A history of the famous neighborhood. Click on the "Arts and Culture" link for material specific to the Harlem Renaissance.

Harlem 1900-194 from the Schomburg Collection of the New York Public Library. Great resource of images, maps, etc.

Women of the Harlem Renaissance From About.com.

Library of Congress Web Guide to the Harlem Renaissance Be sure to check out the links just down the page under the heading "America's Library" for great biographies.

 

Digital Databases

Gale Virtual Reference Collection Digital access to a full in-print reference library.

 

 

 

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Last updated February 2009.

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