Check the CGW Lyceum Summer Teachers' Institute tab for additional resources.
Produced for the Carter G. Woodson Foundation, Inc. by Jeanette Rowsey. A brief introduction to the life, contributions and inspiration of West Virginia's Memphis Tennessee Garrison (1890-1988) . Mrs. Garrison was an extraordinary teacher, community leader and civil rights activist from McDowell County, whose Huntington home is a potential historic site.
Please bear with us as we continue to develop this page. And do not hesitate to contact us with suggestions, comments, and concerns.
Kelli & Lori
Welcome to the African American History research guide. This guide is designed to help you navigate through Marshall University Libraries resources and outside resources as you do research in African American history with emphasis in West Virginia and Appalachia.
NEW! We have created a new repository for our research on black history in Huntington on Marshall Digital Scholar.
Clio is an app available for iPhone and Android developed by MU Associate Professor David Trowbridge. Check out the WV Colored Children's Home on Clio!