- Black History in Kingston: Biographies is a list of some notable Kingston-Frontenac residents, and where to look for more information about them.
- View, download, or print a Black History in Kingston flyer (2-page legal-sized pdf document)
Kingston Whig-Standard, Thurs. Feb. 8, 1996, p. 4.
Wahenga: a publication of the Black History Co-Operative at Queen's University. Spring 1994 [one issue only] pp. 45-47. (First appeared in the Queen's Gazette, Jan. 20, 1992 as part of a series called The Magic of this Place.)
The following list of books, all found in the KFPL collection, are a great place to start researching Black History in Canada.
- From Midnight to Dawn: The Last Tracks of the Underground Railroad, by Tobin, Jacqueline, with Hettie Jones (New York & Toronto: Doubleday, 2007)
- The Journey from Tollgate to Parkway: African Canadians in Hamilton, by Shadd, Adrienne (Toronto : Dundurn Press, 2010)
- Race on Trial : Black Defendants in Ontario's Criminal Courts, 1858-1958, by Walker, Barrington (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2011)
- A Place Called Heaven: The Meaning of Being Black in Canada, by Foster, Cecil (Toronto: HarperCollins, c1996)
- The Blacks in Canada: A History, 2nd ed., by Winks, Robin W. 2nd Edition (Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, c1997)
- Unwelcome Guests: Canada West's Response to American Fugitive Slaves 1800-1865, by Silverman, Jason H (Millwood, N.Y.: Associated Faculty Press, 1985)
- Blacks in Deep Snow: Black Pioneers in Canada, by Thomson, Colin A. (Don Mills : Dent, 1979)
- An Enduring Heritage: Black Contributions to Early Ontario, by Riendeau, Roger, et. al. (Dundurn Press, 1984)
- No Burden to Carry: Narratives of Black Working Women in Ontario 1920s-1950s, by Brand, Dionne, et. al. (Toronto: Women's Press, 1991)
Historic Kingston has published several article of significance to Black History research in Kington.
- Robert Sutherland: Queen's First Black Student, by Hazelgrove, A.R., Historic Kingston, vol 22, pp. 64-69.
- Edward John Barker, M.D.: Editor and Citizen, by Spurr, John W., Historic Kingston, vol. 27, p. 115.
- George Mink: A Black Businessman in Early Kingston, by Neilson, Rick, Historic Kingston, vol. 46, 1998, pp. 111-129.
Toronto : NC Press, 1975.
Online resources and databases from the Olive Tree Genealogy website.
A walking tour, with map and full audio, put together by Stones Kingston.