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Global African History Bibliography Subjects

The subjects listed below are excellent sources of general information for research on Global African History.


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Book/Article Titlesort iconBibliography Subject
At Her Majesty's Request: An African Princess in Victorian EnglandGreat Britain
Before Windrush: the Early Black Presence in Hammersmith and FulhamGreat Britain
Black and BritishGreat Britain
Black Britannia: A History of Blacks in BritainGreat Britain
Black Liverpool: The Early History of Britain's Oldest Black Community 1730-1918Great Britain
Black London: Life Before EmancipationGreat Britain
Black People in Britain, 1555-1833Great Britain
Black Poor and White PhilanthropistsGreat Britain
Black Poppies: Britain's Black Community and the Great WarGreat Britain
Black Skin, Blue Books: African Americans and Wales, 1845-1945Great Britain
Black Slaves in BritainGreat Britain
Black Voices: The Shaping of Our Christian ExperienceGreat Britain
Blackamoores: Africans in Tudor England, Their Presence, Status and OriginsGreat Britain
Blind Memory: Visual Representations of Slavey in England and AmericaGreat Britain
Britain's Slave TradeGreat Britain
Caribbeans in WandsworthGreat Britain
Colour, Class and the Victorians: English Attitudes to the Negro in the Mid-Nineteenth CenturyGreat Britain
Essays on the History of Blacks in Britain: From Roman Times to the Mid-Twentieth CenturyGreat Britain
From Scottsboro to Munich: Race and Political Culture in 1930s BritainGreat Britain
Hogarth's Blacks: Images of Blacks in Eighteenth Century English ArtGreat Britain
In the Cause of Freedom: Radical Black Internationalism for Harlem to London, 1917-1939Great Britain
Local Black History: A Beginning in DevonGreat Britain
Longest Journey: a History of Black LewishamGreat Britain
Negroes in BritainGreat Britain
Power Writers: Discovering and Celebrating Five African Writers Who Came To London In The Eighteenth CenturyGreat Britain
Reconstructing the Black Past: Blacks in Britain 1780-1830Great Britain
Reimaging Britain: 500 Years of Black and Asian HistoryGreat Britain
Rough Crossings: Britain, The Slaves and the American Revolution Great Britain
Scarman and After: Essays Reflecting on Lord Scarman's Report, the [Brixton] Riots, and Their AftermathGreat Britain
Slavery Obscured: The Social History of the Slave Trade in an English Provincial Port Great Britain
Speak of Me As I Am: The Black Presence in Southwark Since 1600Great Britain
Sugar, Spices, and Human Cargo: An Early Black History of GreenwichGreat Britain
The Black Population of Bristol in the 18th CenturyGreat Britain
The Coloured QuarterGreat Britain
The Negro in English Romantic ThoughtGreat Britain
The Oxford Companion to Black British HistoryGreat Britain
The Two Princes of Calabar: An Eighteenth-Century Atlantic OdysseyGreat Britain
There Ain't No Black in the Union Jack: The Cultural Politics of Race and NationGreat Britain
Though the Heavens May Fall: James Somerset and the End of Human SlaveryGreat Britain
Under the Imperial Carpet: Essays in Black History 1780-1950Great Britain
Voices from Slavery: The Life and Beliefs of African Slaves in BritainGreat Britain
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