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These Library of Congress subject headings may be used in OBIS, OhioLINK, WorldCat and many other library catalogs! This is not an exhaustive list -- you may come across many other useful headings, depending on your topic.
African American Women
African American Women Artists
African American Women – Biography
African American Women – Civil Rights
African American Women – History
African American Women – Political Activists
African American Women – Political Activity
African American Women – Religion
Civil Rights – United States
Civil Rights – United States – History
Women, Black – United States
Women, Black – United States – History
Other subdivisions to look for:
|– Interviews||– Autobiography|
|– Biography||– Correspondence|
|– Personal narratives||– Diaries|
|– Memoirs||– Archives|
|– Case studies||– Speeches|
|– History||– Archival sources|