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Benjamin BannekerBenjamin Banneker's Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia almanack and ephemeris, for the year of Our Lord ... 1793 Began with v. for 1792.
AY196.B2 B5 Am Almanac Coll
Rare Book/Special Collections Reading Room (Jefferson LJ239) Library of Congress
Bannaker's New-Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia almanac, or, Ephemeris, for the year of our Lord ...
Copy of a letter from Benjamin Banneker to the secretary of state, with his answer.
Notes: Letter to Thomas Jefferson, transmitting a copy of the writer's almanac and discussing the subject of slavery.
Jefferson's reply, dated August 30, 1791: p. 11-12.
Account of the life of Banneker: p. 13-15.
African-American Bicentennial Center. A chronology of the life of Benjamin Banneker, son of Maryland, 1731-1806. 
Allen, Will W. Banneker: the Afro-American astronomer.  1971.
Baker, Henry E. "Benjamin Banneker, the Negro mathematician and astronomer."
Journal of Negro History v. III, #2
Bedini, Silvio. "Benjamin Banneker and the survey of the District of Columbia, 1791."
_____. The life of Benjamin Banneker. 1972.
The life of Benjamin Banneker : the first African-American man of science.
2nd ed. 1999.
Cerami, Charles A.
Benjamin Banneker : surveyor, astronomer, publisher, patriot. c2002.
Library of Congress
Conley, Kevin. Benjamin Banneker. 1989.
Conway, M[oncure] D[aniel], 1832-1907. Benjamin Banneker, the negro astronomer. 1864. [QB36.B22 C7] only Microfilm 19215 QB Library of Congress
Graham, Shirley. Your most humble servant. [Benjamin Banneker] 1949.
Green, Constance. The secret city: a history of race relations in the nation's capital. 1967.
Hurry, Robert J. The discovery and archeological investigation of the Benjamin Banneker Homestead, Baltimore County, Maryland (18BA282). c2000. QB36.B22 H87 2000 Library of Congress
Latrobe, John H. B.
Biography of Benjamin Banneker.
______. Memoir of Benjamin Banneker, read before the Maryland historical society ... 1845. E185.97 .B22 Library of Congress
Phillips, Philip Lee.
The Negro, Benjamin Banneker, astronomer and mathematician : plea for universal peace. 1917.
Records of the Columbia Historical Society, v. 20, 1917.
Tyson, Martha. Banneker: the African-American astronomer. 1894.
Matthew Gilmore, 12/97