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The Blues Tree (BASIC version), according to the All Music Guide
The Blues Tree (EXTENDED version), according to the All Music Guide


The African-American Music map, by Portia K. Maultsby
The Mississippi Delta
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Birthplaces of Mississippi Blues Artists, by David Michael Miller


The Birth And Baby Of America's Blues, by Joseph Thomashefski
A Brief History Of The Blues, by Robert M. Baker
What Is Blues?, by Edward Liu
Rural Blues: Structure And Development In The Post-Civil War South, by Ethan Crosby
William Christopher Handy - Father of the Blues, by Emily B. Ward

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The Memphis Guide Blues Tour, an excellent site, great content and I just love the site's design and the way the content is presented.
Born With A Broken Heart, An Exploration Into The Origins & Evolution Of The Blues In America. by Richard A. Chisholm
How the Blues Affected Race Relations in the United States, another excellent site dedicated to a specific blues history theme, race relations. A labor of love by Jessica.
The Blues: History and culture, by Stephen Meyer, Professor of History, and Robin Jensen and Deshon Jackson, Student Assistants, University of Wisconsin-Parkside.
National Geographic - Traveling the Blues Highway, a journey along the blues highway from the Delta to Chicago by Charles E. Cobb Jr. (text) and William Albert Allard (photos).
The Blues, the story of the blues including its main styles, author unknown.
It's A Girl Thang, celebration of women and their vast contributions to blues music, by Lea A. Gilmore and P.W. Fenton.
Freight Train Blues, trains and railways in blues music, by Jai Goulding.


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