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African Americans

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Article Adam R. Heinrich; Michael J. Gall (2023)
Zooarchaeology and GIS: Enslaved and Free Black Diet at a Late Eighteenth- to Mid-Nineteenth-Century Delaware Farm, New Castle County, Delaware, United States. International Journal of Historical Archaeology (pp. 424-457). (/isis/citation/CBB070022575/) unapi

Article Isabel Cole; Walter A. Friedman (Summer 2023)
A Guide to the History of Industrial Slavery in the United States. (Research Note). Business History Review (pp. 385-409). (/isis/citation/CBB850154920/) unapi

Thesis Michael F. McGovern (2023)
Justice in Numbers: Statistics and the Transformation of Civil Rights in Modern America. (/isis/citation/CBB342033827/) unapi

Article Katherine Leah Pace (2023)
Shifting terrains of risk: A history of natural hazards and displacement in three historic black communities of Central Austin, Texas. Journal of Historical Geography (pp. 39-51). (/isis/citation/CBB053542302/) unapi

Article Aja M. Lans (2022)
Investigating Black Women’s Mental Health in Progressive Era New York City: A Bioarchaeological Study of Slow Violence and Landscapes of Impunity. Historical Archaeology (pp. 663-680). (/isis/citation/CBB692003944/) unapi

Article Rachel Morgan (2022)
Agricultural Extension Programs and Small Finds from Home Sites of Rural Black Leaders. International Journal of Historical Archaeology (pp. 885-907). (/isis/citation/CBB802155334/) unapi

Article Jennifer Saunders (2022)
Tonics, Whiskey Bottles, and Syringes: Clues to Care in a Midwife’s Washington, D.C., Household. Historical Archaeology (pp. 740-754). (/isis/citation/CBB208096485/) unapi

Chapter Andre Brock (2022)
Beyond the Pale: The Blackbird Web Browser's Critical Reception. In: Abstractions and Embodiments: New Histories of Computing and Society. (/isis/citation/CBB628261058/) unapi

Book Autumn Womack (2022)
The Matter of Black Living: The Aesthetic Experiment of Racial Data, 1880–1930. (/isis/citation/CBB242416698/) unapi

Book Sibrina Collins (2022)
African American Chemists: Academia, Industry, and Social Entrepreneurship. (/isis/citation/CBB039312687/) unapi

Chapter Gibbons, Kelcey (2022)
Inventing the Black Computer Professional. In: Abstractions and Embodiments: New Histories of Computing and Society. (/isis/citation/CBB537200739/) unapi

Article Hannah Katherine Hicks (2022)
A Conjure Woman in Court: African American Conjurers as Health Practitioners and Performative Poisoners in the Post-Emancipation South. Bulletin of the History of Medicine (pp. 639-660). (/isis/citation/CBB923909086/) unapi

Article Michael Pettit (2022)
“Angela's psych squad”: Black psychology against the American carceral state in the 1970s. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences (pp. 365-382). (/isis/citation/CBB352792425/) unapi

Article Christopher C. Fennell (2021)
Pulpits and Stones: African American Terrains of Action and Memory. Historical Archaeology (pp. 550-564). (/isis/citation/CBB768792719/) unapi

Article Shennette Garrett-Scott (Winter 2021)
“All the Other Devils this Side of Hades”: Black Banks and the Mississippi Banking Law of 1914. Business History Review (pp. 631-670). (/isis/citation/CBB926891187/) unapi

Article Margaret Vigil-Fowler; Sukumar Desai (2021)
The community of Black women physicians, 1864–1941: Trends in background, education, and training. History of Science (pp. 407-433). (/isis/citation/CBB800413843/) unapi

Article Nathan Cardon (October 2021)
Cycling on the Color Line: Race, Technology, and Bicycle Mobilities in the Early Jim Crow South, 1887–1905. Technology and Culture (pp. 973-1002). (/isis/citation/CBB141875950/) unapi

Book Anne Pollock (2021)
Sickening: Anti-Black Racism and Health Disparities in the United States. (/isis/citation/CBB548925523/) unapi

Article Colin Fisher (July 2021)
Antebellum Black Climate Science: The Medical Geography and Emancipatory Politics of James McCune Smith and Martin Delany. Environmental History (pp. 461-483). (/isis/citation/CBB023885101/) unapi

Book William E. Cross Jr (2021)
Black Identity Viewed from a Barber's Chair: Nigrescence and Eudaimonia. (/isis/citation/CBB903113265/) unapi


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