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     HAMPTON UNIVERSITY: HARVEY LIBRARY
Harvey Library maintains a collection of resources to relating to Civil Rights. This guide outlines
many, but not all, such resources. Researchers may use the online catalog (HU WebCat) to
find additional materials or may ask a Reference Librarian for further assistance.

As resources are located throughout the library, the notation preceding its call number indicates
the location of specific items. The following chart outlines the location codes for items in
Harvey Library and Hampton University’s satellite libraries.
   Ref                               Reference Collection                                 First Floor
   Ref Desk                          Ask for items at the Reference Desk                  First Floor
   New                               New Book Shelf                                       First Floor
   Period                            Periodicals Department                               Second Floor
   Gov Docs                          Government Documents Collection                      Third Floor
   Peab                              Peabody Collection                                   Third Floor
   Stx                               Stacks / Main Collection                             Fourth Floor

                                           CONTENTS

   Biographical Resources                                Martin Luther King, Jr.
   Civil Rights and the Law                              Periodicals
   Education                                             Presidential Administrations
   Encyclopedias                                         Related External Institutions
   Events & Chronologies                                 Web Sites
   General Books

                                BIOGRAPHICAL RESOURCES

   African – American Social Leaders and Activists (2003) Ref E 185.96 .R88 2003
   American Women Civil Rights Activists: Bibliographies of 68 Great Leaders, 1825-1992
    (1993) Peab JC 599 .U5 H273 1993
   Civil Rights: A Current Guide to the People, Organizations, and Events (1970) Peab & Stx
    JC 599 .U5 A3468
   Free at Last?: The Civil Rights Movement and the People Who Made It (1991) Peab & Stx
    E 185 .61 D75 1991

                                 CIVIL RIGHTS AND THE LAW

   Civil Rights Commission: 1957-1965 (1968) Peab JC 599 .U5 D8
   Civil Rights Record: Black Americans and the Law, 1849-1970 (1970) Peab KF 4757 .B3
   Federal Civil Rights Enforcement Effort—A Reassessment: A Report of the United States
    Commission on Civil Rights (1973) Peab JC 599 .U5 A336 1973
   Making Civil Rights Law: Thurgood Marshall and the Supreme Court, 1936-1961 (1994)
    Peab & Stx KF 4755 .T87 1994
   Political and Civil Rights in the United States, 4th edition. Volume 1 (1976) Ref KF 4748 .E5



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                                         EDUCATION

   Freedom Road: Adult Education of African Americans (1996) Peab & Stx LC 2780 .8 F74
    1996
   Public Education: Staff Report: Submitted to the United States Commission on Civil Rights
    (1964) Ref LB 3062 .U633 1964

                                      ENCYCLOPEDIAS

   American Civil Rights: Primary Sources (1999) Ref E 184 .A1 A56 1999
   Civil Rights in America: 1500 to the Present (1998) Ref JC 599 .U5 S53 1998
   Civil Rights in the United States 2 volumes (2000) Ref E 184 .A1 C47 2000
   Encyclopedia of African-American Civil Rights: From Emancipation to the Present (1992)
    Ref & Peab E 185 .61 E54 1992

                                EVENTS & CHRONOLOGIES

   Civil Rights: A Current Guide to the People, Organizations, and Events (1970) Peab & Stx
    JC 599 .U5 A3468
   Civil Rights 1960-66 (1967) Peab E 185 .61 S66
   Civil Rights: The 1960s Freedom Struggle (1991) Peab & Stx E 185 .615 .B558 1991
   Civilities and Civil Rights: Greensboro, North Carolina, and the Black Struggle for Freedom
    (1980) Peab F 264 .G8 C47
   Lunch at the Five and Ten: The Greensboro Sit-Ins (1970) Peab F 264 .G8 W6 1970
   St. Augustine, Florida, 1963-1964: Mass Protest and Racial (1989) Peab F 319 .S2 S15
    1989

                                     GENERAL BOOKS

   America’s Victims: Opposing Viewpoints (1996) Stx HN 90 .M6 A47 1996
   American Jewish Congress and National Association for the Advancement of Colored
    People (Civil Rights in the United States, 1951) Balance Sheet of Group Relations 4 (1952)
    Peab JC 599 .U5 A495
   American Jewish Congress and National Association for the Advancement of Colored
    People (Civil Rights in the United States, 1952) Balance Sheet of Group Relations 5 (1953)
    Peab JC 599 .U5 A495
   American Jewish Congress and National Association for the Advancement of Colored
    People (Civil Rights in the United States, 1953) Balance Sheet of Group Relations 6 (1954)
    Peab JC 599 .U5 A495
   Black Protest Movement (1974) Peab E 185 .61 .W978
   Blacks and Social Change: Impact of the Civil Rights Movement in Southern Communities
    (1989) Peab & Stx E 185 .92 B88 1989
   Civil Rights: A Current Guide to the People, Organizations, and Events (1970) Peab & Stx
    JC 599 .U5 A3468
   Civil Rights and the American Negro (1968) Peab & Stx E 184 .6 .C58 1991
   Civil Rights and Wrongs: A Memoir of Race and Politics, 1944-1994 (1994) Peab & Stx E
    185 .615 .A825 1994




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   Civil Rights Era: Origins and Development of National Policy, 1960-1972 (1990) Stx JC 599
    .U5 G685 1990
   Civil Rights: The Movement Re-examined (1967?) Peab E 185 .615 .C5
   Class, Race, and the Civil Rights Movement (1987) Peab E 185 .615 .B557 1987
   Direct Action and Desegregation, 1960-1962: Toward a Theory of the Rationalization of
    Protest (1989) Peab E 185 .61 .L35 1989
   Down from the Mountaintop (1991) Peab & Stx PS 374 .N4 W35 1991
   Dream and Reality: The Modern Black Struggle for Freedom and Equality (1991) Peab &
    Stx E 185 .615 D72 1991
   Easy Burden: The Civil Rights Movement and the Transformation of America (1996) Peab E
    840 .8 .Y64 A3 1996
   Essays on the American Civil Rights Movement (1993) Peab & Stx E 185 .615 .D58 1993
   Fruits of Integration: Black Middle-Class Ideology and Culture, 1960-1990 (1994) Peab &
    Stx E 185 .615 B285 1994
   In Struggle: SNCC and the Black Awakening of the 1960s (1981) Peab E 185 .61 .C27
    1995
   Minorities, Civil Rights, and Protest (1970) Peab JC 599 .U5 F56
   Northern Protest: Martin Luther King, Jr., Chicago, and the Civil Rights Movement (1993)
    Peab & Stx F 548 .9 N4 R35 1993
   Sit-In Movement of 1960 (1989) Peab E 185 .61 O67 1989
   SNCC: The New Abolitionists (1985) Peab E 185 .61 .Z49 1985
   Struggles in the Promised Land (1997) Peab & Stx E 185 .61 .S915 1997
   Voices of Freedom (1990) Ref & Peab E 185 .61 .H224 1991
   When the Spirit Says Sing!: The Role of Freedom Songs in the Civil Rights Movement
    (1995) Peab & Stx ML 3556 .S26 1995

                                MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.

   Martin Luther King, Jr.: The Dream of Peaceful Revolution (1990) Stx E 185 .97 .K5 R63
    1990
   Northern Protest: Martin Luther King, Jr., Chicago, and the Civil Rights Movement (1993)
    Peab & Stx F 548 .9 N4 R35 1993
   Social Vision of Martin Luther King, Jr. (1989) Peab E 185 .97 .K5 Z46 1989

                                       PERIODICALS

   Civil Rights Digest: Peabody Collection

   Civil Rights Journal: Government Documents Collection

   Civil Rights Update: Peabody Collection

                            PRESIDENTIAL ADMINISTRATIONS

   Civil Rights and the Reagan Administration (1988) Peab KF 4757 .A85 1988
   Politics of Civil Rights in the Truman Administration (1970) Stx JC 599 .U5 B44
   President and Civil Rights Policy: Leadership and Change: Contributions in Political
    Science 231 (1989) Peab JC 599 .U5 S5 1989



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   To Secure These Rights: The Report of the President’s Committee on Civil Rights (1947)
    Peab JC 599 .U5 A

                              RELATED EXTERNAL INSTITUTIONS

Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies
                  th
        18 South 7 Street
        Philadelphia, PA 19106
        (215) 925-8090

Library of Congress

        101 Independence Avenue, S.E.
        Washington, D.C. 20540
        (202) 707-5000

Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Non-Violent Social Change

        King Center
        449 Auburn Avenue, N.E.
        Atlanta, Georgia 30312
        (404) 524-1956

Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture

        515 Malcolm X Boulevard
        New York, NY 10037-1801
        (212) 491-2200

Smithsonian Institution

To receive copies of the brochure entitled African and African American Resources at the Smithsonian,
write or email the following:

        Smithsonian Information
        Smithsonian Institution
        Washington, D.C. 20560-0010
        EMAIL: info@info.si.edu

W.E.B DuBois Institute for Afro-American Research

        Harvard University
        12 Quincy Street
        Cambridge MA 02138

                                             WEB SITES

   African American Odyssey: A Quest for Full Citizenship
    <http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/aaohtml/exhibit/aointro.html>

   Historic Places of the Civil Rights Movement <http://www.cr.nps.gov/nr/travel/civilrights/>




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    Seattle Times: Photo Tour of the Civil Rights Movement
     <http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/mlk/movement/PT/phototour.html>

    Timeline of the American Civil Rights Movement <http://www.wmich.edu/politics/mlk/>

    United States Commission on Civil Rights <http://www.usccr.gov/>

    U. S. Code, Title 42, Chapter 21 Civil Rights <http://www4.law.cornell.edu/uscode/42/ch21.html>

    U. S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division <http://www.usdoj.gov/crt/crt-home.html>

                                 OTHER RELATED USER GUIDES

Additional user guides on various subjects are available at the Reference Desk. Those related
to Civil Rights include: African American History and History.

Gl; revised pb 07/03




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