Other Web Resources

Other State Websites

Against Their Will: North Carolina’s Sterilization Program

The Winston-Salem Journal released this six-part series describing North Carolina’s eugenic sterilization program. The website contains interactive graphics, video, and numerous photos.

Eugenics in California

A website managed by California State University, Sacramento containing resources about eugenics in California and an archive of the symposium held at the university in 2005.

Eugenics in Indiana

A website constructed in the summer of 2003 by individuals from Indiana University with support of President’s Summer Undergraduate Research Initiative grant. The site contains a timeline, key individuals, and annotated bibliography.

Eugenics, Three Generations, No Imbeciles: Virginia, Eugenics, & Buck v. Bell

The University of Virginia Health Science Library manages this site that outlines the history of eugenics, eugenics in Virginia, and the Buck v. Bell case.

North Carolina’s Eugenic Past

This website links to articles about the repeal of North Carolina’s eugenic sterilization law and subsequent apology. The website also has links to articles regarding apologies for eugenic sterilization made in other states.

Oregon Eugenics

A website containing links to articles concerning the legacy of eugenics in Oregon and the lasting effects the movement has had on contemporary society.

Vermont Eugenics: A Documentary History

This website outlines the key individuals and events of eugenics in Vermont. The site includes links to the Eugenics Survey Office and Library, an archival search, a glossary, and other related sources.

Other Resources on the Web

The Image Archive on the American Eugenics Movement

The Image Archive is an expansive collection of images and virtual exhibits highlight the many facets of eugenics in the United States.

Charles B. Davenport Papers at the American Philosophical Society

The American Philosophical Society contains the papers of Charles B. Davenport, founder of the Eugenics Record Office at Cold Spring Harbor.

American Eugenics Society Records at the American Philosophical Society

The records of the American Eugenics Society contain information about the structure, politics, and duties of the society.

Eugenics Record Office Records at the American Philosophical Society

The papers of the Eugenics Record Office contain various documents about family histories and traits, field worker files, fitter family studies, and family pedigrees.