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African-American History

A guide for patrons researching African-American history at the UO Libraries.

UO Libraries Request and Pickup Materials - Spring 2020

The UO Libraries has launched curbside pickup services to serve your needs during Spring 2020. Click the links below to learn about requesting materials and picking them up at Knight Library, the Jaqua Law Library, or the Portland Library and Learning Commons. We also offer home delivery.

Welcome to African-American History at the UO Libraries!

Participants, some carrying American flags, marching in the civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama in 1965; public domain image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.

This guide provides information about resources available to researchers studying African-American history at the UO Libraries.

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LibrarySearch offers a streamlined interface for finding books and other media that combines the collections of UO Libraries and Summit libraries.

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