|- ||The "Negro banjo player": images from the 19th century|
|- ||W. E. B. Du Bois, African American photographs assembled for the 1900 Paris Exposition||
||"Negro banjo player" images: PDF file*
African American photographs to view:
Click the titles for photo information.
Click the thumbnails for enlarged images to print,
if you choose.
|"Negro banjo player" images: National Humanities Center
African American photographs: Library of Congress
|Printing||If you choose to print these texts:
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- Length: 3 pages (not including Paris Exposition
photos that you may choose to print).
African Instruments in the New World, photographs, from Dr. David Rotenstein, Carnegie Mellon University
The African Akonting and the Origin of the Banjo, with audio clips, from Ulf Jägfors in The Old Time Herald
Stereotypical images of the African American, from the History Project, University of California, Davis
Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia, from Ferris State University, Michigan
Overview of George and Huestis Cook, photographers, from Virginia Commonwealth University Libraries
Biography of Henry Ossawa Tanner, from PBS
Tanner paintings online, from Artcyclopedia
Paris 1900: The Exhibit of American Negroes, from Dr. E. Provenzo, Jr., University of Miami
W. E. B. Du Bois's African American portraits, from NPR
African American History and Literature, 1865-1917: Online Resources
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