The ACC History Department offers Links to History Sites on the Internet. Among these are links to resources related to ethnic history.
Ancestry-Discover where you came from through photos, stories, historical documents, and more. (iOS)
More Than a Mapp-Allows users to locate, experience, and contribute to African American History through an interactive map. (Android)
Native Americans Lite-Native Americans“ is a wallpaper to honor the native American and the beautiful landscape of the original America. You can also combine the American map with the rainbow bridge in the background and the dream catcher in the front. Create your own unique live wallpaper with the various levels in your favorite color. (Android)
Then and Now: Black History-Offers an informative look into the lives of 100 people in black history. (iOS)
Native American Indian Pictures and History-Amazing REAL photos of Native Americans from Apache, Cherokee and Pima Tribes plus many others. Pictures of Geronimo, Amos Two Bulls, Iron White Horse and many, many more! (iOS)
HIST 2381 U.S. History I -- African-American Emphasis (3-3-0).
A study of the history of African-Americans in the United States. Includes the role African-American culture has played in the development of the American nation to 1865. Counts toward U.S. History requirement or as an elective.
HIST 2327 Mexican-American History I (3-3-0).
A study of the economic, social, cultural, and political development of Mexican-American people with particular emphasis upon their contribution to American society. Counts toward U.S. History requirement or as an elective.
HIST 2328 Mexican-American History II (3-3-0).
A continuation of HIST 2327, emphasizing the modern contributions and leaders of the Mexican-American culture in America. Counts toward U.S. History requirement or as an elective.
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