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ADA Home Page: Information and Technical Assistance on the Americans with Disabilities Act
(United States Department of Justice). Standards; enforcement; publications for businesses, non-profits, and governments; and much more on the Americans with Disabilities Act.
(Library of Congress). Selected content available online at the Library of Congress. Browse by time period or by subject. Subjects include African-American history, American Indian history, culture and folklife, immigration and ethnic heritage, and women's history.
Asian Nation: Asian American History, Demographics, and Issues
(C.N. Le, PhD). This website bills itself as "a concise but comprehensive introduction to the Asian American community." Search by keyword, use the Site Map, or browse for topics and articles via the links on the home page.
Civil Rights Digital Library: Documenting America's Struggle for Racial Equality
(Digital Library of Georgia). Browse by event, place, people, or topic, or search by keyword. Letters, oral histories, visual works, interviews, sound recordings, and more, related to the civil rights movement.
Documents Related to Native American Affairs
(University of Wisconsin Digital Collections). "This [collection] presents United States government records that document debate and decisions related to Native American affairs." Included in the collection are "Documents Relating to the Negotiation of Ratified and Unratified Treaties With Various Indian Tribes, 1801-1869"; and the Office of Indian Affairs, Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs.
Ethnicity, Culture, and Race resources
(ipl2). Websites selected and annotated by volunteer library and information science students and professionals. View resources for specific racial and ethnic groups via the links on the left side of the page.
Gender and Sexuality resources
(ipl2). Websites selected and annotated by volunteer library and information science students and professionals. View resources for specific gender groups via the links on the left side of the page.
Guide to the Web
(The Sonja Haynes Stone Center Library for Black Culture and History, University of North Carolina). Annotated links to websites on a wide variety of African and African-American related topics.
In Motion: The African-American Migration Experience
(The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture). Information on 13 different migrations involving peoples of African descent, beginning with the transatlantic slave trade in the 1450s.
Kappler's Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties
(Oklahoma State University Library). A 7-volume work compiled and edited by Charles J. Kappler. "[A] compilation of U.S. treaties, laws and executive orders pertaining to Native American Indian tribes. The volumes cover U.S. Government treaties with Native Americans from 1778-1883 (Volume II) and U.S. laws and executive orders concerning Native Americans from 1871-1970 (Volumes I, III-VII). The work was first published in 1903-04 by the U.S. Government Printing Office."
LANIC: Latin American Network Information Center
(University of Texas at Austin). Provides links to a wide variety of information related to Hispanics/Latinos, including categories such as academic resources, business and employment, health, and public affairs and policy. The Subjects tab at the top of the webpage leads to many categories of information, many related to, from, or on Latin America.
Indians of the Midwest
(Newberry Library, Chicago)
This site features recent research of scholars investigating the culture and histories of Indian people in the Midwest.
Indian Affairs: Laws and Treaties. (Treaties by Tribe Name)
(Oklahoma State University Library)
A collection of treaties between the U.S. Government and various Native American tribes.
Early Recognized Treaties with American Indian Nations
(University of Nebraska)
Nine additional treaties with American Indians, created between 1722-1805, that are not included in Kappler's Indian Affairs, Laws and Treaties." These are the product of seven, early treaty events between a number of American Indian Nations and the British, and of two United States efforts."