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Welcome to this LibGuide about Black History Month! Every February, we celebrate the contributions of notable African Americans in history and take a look back at the history of the United States with special attention to the experiences of African Americans. This community and their history deserve to be studied and celebrated all year long and this guide serves as a starting point for research for personal interest or for a school project that you may be working on.
Some notes about the information that you will find here:
- All of the images in this LibGuide are free of copyright restrictions and can be reused. To view the original source of the images, please visit the "References" page.
- All of the books listed are available in the Delaware Library Catalog and most are available at the Dover Public Library.
- The reading levels listed for each book are based on information from the database, NoveList. These are meant merely as suggestions as every person's reading skills are different.
- The resources listed in this LibGuide are meant to get you started in your research and do not represent all of the available resources on the topic. If you need help identifying additional resources, please contact us through AskALibrarian or by calling us at (302) 736-7030.