Resources on History of Race Relations in Prince George’s County, MD

Resources on History of Race Relations in Prince George’s County, MD

Please let us know if you find any resources not list here. These resources are intended for use with the A.D.O.R.E. program (A Discussion on Race and Ethnicity). We use these principles to guide us, which includes justice, equity and compassion in human relations when choosing these resource links.

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Links to Other Web Sites

Flight to Freedom: Slavery and the Underground Railroad in Maryland (Prince George’s County page)

Prince George’s Information Commons History Archives, which include an Oral History of Desegregation from Northwestern High School; includes slide show and much more!

School Integration in Prince George’s County, Maryland

Prince George’s County Historical Society HISTORY LINKS, includes the Tricentennial site

Maryland’s African American Heritage (if you have trouble reading it, click Ctrl A which should highlight the text and increase the contrast)

Prince George’s County from the Online Academy at the Center for African American History and Culture at the Anacostia Museum

African American Heritage at Poplar Hill

Asbury United Methodist Church

Clinton Grove Elementary School – first school established for the African-American community in the Surrattsville (Clinton) area

St. Paul’s History – the oldest black United Methodist congregation

St. Phillips History – an early black Episcopal congregation

The Piscataway Nation

Books (Most should be available from the public library)

Books from AAHGS, Prince George’s Chapter

Books from the Prince George’s County Historical Society

Black History Resources from the Prince George’s County Tricentennial site

Out of the Past: Prince Georgeans & Their Land by R. Lee VanHorn, Prince George’s County Historical Society ©1976

Prince George’s Bounty: Oral History Portraits of people & traditions collected by students of Queen Anne School ©1984

Prince George’s County: A Pictorial History by Alan Virta, Prince George’s County Historical Society ©1984

Records & Recollections – Early Black History in Prince George’s County, Maryland by Bianca P. Floyd, M-NCPPC ©1989

Women of Achievement in Prince George’s County History by Therese C. Yewell, M-NCPPC ©1994

Discussion Forums (other than those sponsored by this church)

Blog: Race Matters in Prince George’s Co. & USA

YahooGroup (email list): antiracism-pg

Organizations

Afro-American Historical & Genealogical Society – Prince George’s County

NAACP, Prince George’s Co. Chapter

Prince George’s County Historical Society

Prince George’s County Genealogical Society

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