Between 1910 and 1970, 6,000.000 African Americans left the South for what they hoped would be better lives in the North, Midwest, and West. This mass movement of people is known today as the Great Migration. This research guide will quickly connect researchers to many different types of information sources on this pivotal event that has helped to shape the contemporary United States.
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The Great Migration
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The Great Migration and the Power of a Single Decision