African American Resources for Washington

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Research Strategy[edit | edit source]

This page emphasizes links to records for Washington. For instruction on methods and strategies, go to Quick Guide to African American Records. Also, there will be information about African Americans in standard genealogy records representing the entire population. For strategies in using those records, go to Washington Research Tips and Strategies and Washington Record Finder.

History[edit | edit source]

  • Mills, Hazel E. and Nancy B. Pryor.The Negro in the State of Washington, 1788-1969: a bibliography of published works and of unpublished source materials on the life and achievements of the Negro in the Evergreen State / Olympia: Washington State Library, 1970.21 p. Z1347.M5 1970
  • Mumford, Esther Hall. Seattle's Victorians, 1852-1901. Seattle: Anase, c1980. - 235p. F899.S49 N45
  • Mumford, Esther Hall. Seven Stars and Orion. 1st Anase Press ed. - Seattle, Wash.: Ananse. 1986. -v, 103 p. F899.S49 N47 1986

Archives and Libraries[edit | edit source]

Northwest African American Museum
2300 S. Massachusetts St.
Seattle, WA 98144
Phone: 206-518-6000
Email: info@naamnw.org

Resources[edit | edit source]

  • Mills, Hazel E. and Nancy B. Pryor.The Negro in the State of Washington, 1788-1969: a bibliography of published works and of unpublished source materials on the life and achievements of the Negro in the Evergreen State / Olympia: Washington State Library, 1970.21 p. Z1347.M5 1970
  • Mumford, Esther Hall. Seattle's Victorians, 1852-1901. Seattle: Anase, c1980. - 235p. F899.S49 N45
  • Mumford, Esther Hall. Seven Stars and Orion. 1st Anase Press ed. - Seattle, Wash.: Ananse. 1986. -v, 103 p. F899.S49 N47 1986