Summertime is perfect for working on your family's story. You can interview your relatives about their parents and their memories of their grandparents. This collection of books focuses on popular topics from recent genealogy lectures.
We were fresh out of World War 2 and America was booming with new ideas. The 1950s produced the frightening _Rear Window_, jazzy dance numbers like _Singin' in the Rain_, Disney classics like _Sleeping Beauty_.
Black History Month (or African-American History Month) is celebrated in February each year. The month-long celebration highlights the history and achievements of African-Americans within U.S. history. The celebration originated with black historian [Carter G. Woodson](https://dar.to/2DStKvK "Carter G. Woodson").
Do you want to explore history and the personal stories through graphic novels? They're like comic books but longer! Graphic novels is a growing popular art form that tells stories from the World War II, to the Civil Rights Movement, and tales from around the world.
Asian Pacific American Heritage Month was started in 1977 via Congressman Representative Frank Horton. In 1992, Congress formally designated May as [Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month](https://dar.to/2IGid51 "Asian Pacific American Heritage Month"). President Barack Obama issued a [proclamation](https://dar.to/2kgB9bM "proclamation") in 2009 which included the new name Asian American and Pacifi ...
February is Black History Month and we're celebrating with stories written by and about the black experience from the U.S. and abroad. These titles are pulled together from our book groups collection. We offer up to ten copies of each book. [Request a title](https://dar.to/2m4bt4m "Request a title") for your book group.
If there's a story by a black author you don't see below, please [send us ...
Re-read books about well known Black Americans who have made exceptional contributions to our country's rich history or discover new books by inspirational individuals who have made significant contributions to our culture and society.
September 15th to October 15th is dedicated to celebrating the significant contributions and influences of Hispanic Americans to American society and culture. It is a time to recognize Americans with roots in Spain, Mexico, Central America, South America, and Spanish-speaking nations of the Caribbean and pay tribute to Hispanic traditions and accomplishments!