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BlackPast.Org Bibliographies

Listed below are the bibliographies for  These bibliographies include the most important published works in African American history (AAH), the history of African Americans in the West (AAH), and Global African History (GAH).  Also included are specialized bibliographies such as the Obama Bibliography and Youth Literature which focuses on children's books related to African American history.  Most of the bibliographies below are presented as databases where information can be sorted and listed by author, subject, title, and date of publication.  These bibliographies will be constantly updated so please return often to these lists.

General Bibliographies

African American History (AAH)

African Americans in the American West (AAW)

Global African History (GAH)

Specialized Bibliographies's Authors List

The Obama Bibliography

Youth Literature

The 101 Most Influential Novels Written by African Americans

The 101 Most Influential Novels Written by Africans

The 50 Most Influential Novels Written on the Black West

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