- Johnson Exhibit
at the Academy of American Poets
Exhibit at the Thomas Cooper Library at the University of South Carolina
- Jazz Roots: Jass.com
provides information about Cole & Johnson Brothers, the partnership of James Weldon
Johnson with his brother John Rosamond Johnson and Bob Cole that would prove to be one of
the most influential forces in early
Graphic (March 1925): The Electronic Text Center at the University of Virginia
presents the March 1925
issue of Survey Graphic. This monthly illustrated number of one of the early
twentieth century's foremost journals of social work was edited by Alain Locke, who later
later published an expanded form of this magazine as the New Negro anthology. The
issue contains Johnson's essay "The Making of Harlem."
Autobiography of an Ex-Coloured Man: Eric Eldred of Eldritch Press has made
Johnson's only novel available online.
Renaissance: Developed by Jill Diesman of Northern Kentucky University, this site
provides the text of seven Johnson poems: "O Black and Unknown Bards,"
"Fifty Years, 1863-1913," "The Creation," "The Glory of the Day
Was in Her Face," "Sence You Went Away," "My City," and
"Lift Every Voice and Sing."
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