Directions: Listed below are topics and people that are from the US History I and 2 time periods and curriculum. Each student should choose a different topic or person to research and report.
History of Beginnings of Black History Month:
Launched Negro History Week in 1926, chosen in the second week of February between the birthdays of Fredrick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln, which evolved into Black History Month in 1976
Carter G. Woodson (born 1875) Convinced that the history of African Americans was being ignored and misrepresented, took steps to put things right. In 1915 Woodson founded the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, now the Association for the Study of African American life and History (ASALH). The association was created to promote and preserve African American history and culture. He founded the Journal of Negro History in 1916.
Courtesy of: “Carter G Wooden-Founder of Black History Month.”
These research pathfinders are meant to give you a start on your projects. If you require help, please see the media specialist. Please see Mr. Montgomery for rubric information, dates of presentation and other project information. The information collected for this research originates from various sources and databases. Each pathfinder provides specific citation information. Some expanded links require a username and password to access. Please see the media specialist with any questions.