I need to do a report on miscegenation.

I need to know: the beginning of these laws, what the law states (past & Present), the punishment given to those who broke them, and the abolishment of these laws.

Please can someone give me a website to look up information

I tried to find info but no luck

Here are three references that seem to cover some of what you are looking for. For more titles, go to www.google.com and type in miscegenation.
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You're welcome! I understand that you're looking for information about miscegenation, including the beginning of these laws, what the law states (past & present), the punishment given to those who broke them, and the abolishment of these laws.

To find information on this topic, you can start by using search engines like Google or Bing. In this case, you have already tried searching but didn't find any satisfying results. However, I can still provide you with some general information on this topic.

Miscegenation refers to the interbreeding or mixing of different racial or ethnic groups, particularly in terms of marriage or sexual relationships. The laws associated with miscegenation have varied across different countries and periods in history.

To begin your research, I recommend checking out the following sources:

1. The website "Race and Racism in the United States," hosted by the University of Dayton, provides information on the history and impact of miscegenation laws. You can find their page on sex and miscegenation at: http://academic.udayton.edu/RACE/04NEEDS/sex04.htm

2. Wikipedia also has an article specifically dedicated to miscegenation. Although it's always recommended to cross-reference information found on Wikipedia, it can be a good starting point for an overview of the topic. You can find the article at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miscegenation

If you need additional sources, I would suggest trying to search for academic articles, books, or scholarly databases. You can access them through institutional libraries or online platforms such as JSTOR, Google Scholar, or your school's library catalog.

Remember to cite your sources properly in your report and evaluate the reliability and credibility of the information you find. If you have any further questions or need more assistance, please feel free to ask!