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Useful Links for Studying DuBois

Online finding aid for the DuBois papers, UMass Amherst
CREDO digital archive
Smithsonian Folkways interview conducted with DuBois in 1961 - download liner notes for free + purchase all (CD or download), or purchase/download interview segments
Souls of Black Folk (1903) - full text on Bartleby.com
Online Resources on DuBois, compiled by the Library of Congress (includes some lesson plans)
The DuBois Homesite in Great Barrington, MA
DuBois's New York Times obituary, 28 August 1963
NAACP papers and primary sources - many at the Gilda Lehrman Institute of American History
"W.E.B. DuBois, the Historic Man and Founder of the NAACP," short video profile of DuBois as a pioneer scholar in sociology, history & other social science fields (embedded below)