Our featured eBook is 50 Events That Shaped African American History: An Encyclopedia of the American Mosaic
This two-volume work celebrates 50 notable achievements of African Americans, highlighting black contributions to U.S. history and examining the ways black accomplishments shaped American culture. Chronicles almost 400 years of African American history beginning with the arrival of 20 Africans into Jamestown, VA, and ending with the 2014 Ferguson Protests. Provides readers with an understanding of key events that represent the African American experience. Brings the featured events to life using first-person accounts, essays, primary sources, photographs, and timelines. Demonstrates the broad influence and impact of African Americans on history, the arts, laws, sports, literature, film, television, and social movements
To view this title, and other titles in this collection, start with the New eBooks Research Guide.
eBook access is restricted to New Jersey State employees and Thomas Edison State University staff and students.
EBSCO eBooks are available in PDF and ePub formats. You can read them online and download them to many devices. Not sure how to do that? Grab your State Library borrower’s card, and see this guide to checking out and downloading EBSCO ebooks, and this guide to reading EBSCO eBooks on your mobile devices.
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New Print Books
To borrow any of these books from us, simply click on the “Request Book” link under the title of interest, and use your State Library borrower’s card to request the book directly through the Library’s catalog. Not sure how to do that? See this short tutorial on how to request a book in the catalog.
Borrowers may also request these titles from the NJ State Library by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org, or by contacting the Circulation Desk at 609-278-2640 x104, Monday to Friday, from 8:30 am to 5:00pm.
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