Collections Spotlight: Carter G. Woodson

Negro Makers of History by Carter G. Woodson

Educator and author Carter G. Woodson co-founded Negro History week in 1926.

Carter G. Woodson historical newspaper coverage

Negro history week historical newspaper coverage

An old story made new. Negro makers of history by Carter Godwin Woodson

A Century of Negro Migration by Carter G. Woodson

U.S. legislation related to Carter G. Woodson

Carter G. Woodson House, 1538 Ninth Street Northwest, Washington, District of Columbia, DC

Hispanic seniors chilling in front of Carter Woodson Towers

Negro history speech by W.B. DuBois University of Massachusetts Amherst

An Old Story Made New: Negro Makers of History

Woodson talking about the importance of Negro History Week

Carter G. Woodson collection description of holdings

The Burgeoning ‘Cause,’ 1920-1930: An Essay on Carter G. Woodson Library of Congress Information Bulletin February 7, 1994 – Vol 53, No.3

Celebrating the founder of Black History Month Harvard Gazette

Carter G. Woodson Home National Park Service (includes biographical information)

The Association for the Study of African American Life and History

Primary Source Spotlight: Black American History & Heritage

Primary Source Learning: Black American History & Heritage