HIST 7B: Underground Newspapers - Martin

Other Primary Sources for the Sixties

You do NOT need to use any of these, but just for your information, there are lots of other primary sources on this topic at the UC Berkeley Libraries.  These are just a few examples

Social Protest Collection - The Bancroft Library

(this is the finding aid, or guide to the collection; you have to use the collection at the library)

Eldridge Cleaver Papers - The Bancroft Library

(this is the finding aid, or guide to the collection; you have to use the collection at the library)

Haight Ashbury in the Sixties - CD-Rom

Primary Source databases

These are just a few of the databases that lead you to primary sources.  For a more complete list of primary source databases in American History, go here.

Free Speech Movement

For fun - just one aspect of UC Berkeley's involvement in the political activity of the Sixties

Free Speech Movement Digital Archive (Bancroft Library)

Free Speech Movement Archives

Free Speech Movement - Media at the Media Resources Center

Free Speech Movement - -photos online

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