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TX--Handbook of Texas: African Americans
This site, part of the online Handbook of Texas, is an essay chronicling the history of African-Americans in the state of Texas. The site provides pertinent information about a period in Texas history when several minority groups lived and worked alongside one another. A useful addition is the bibliography for the article, which lists several resources for further research into the history of African Americans in Texas. (Source: Texas State Historical Association)