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ALABAMA GENEALOGY SOCIETIES
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Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-1938
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The Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands
American Genealogy: A Bibliography And Guide To Sources
This new book, written by the manager of the Historical Genealogy Department of the Allen County Public Library, is essential for beginning and experienced researchers. It gives practical advice on tracing African American roots. The extensive bibliography of useful sources, which makes up the bulk of the book, is arranged by your ancestor's place of residence. Also included are handy lists of southern plantation records.
One-drop rule a part of racist past
It has been called the most evil rule the U.S.
ever devised. It was crafted during one of the most shameful periods in
America's history -- the brutal enslavement of African people in the deep
South in the 1800s. It was later used by hate-filled segregationists during
much of the 1900s in the South and the West.
A Partial List of
African Americans Lynched in the United States Since
Black Studies on Microfilm - National Archives and Records office presents a directory to their microfiche files on refugee, slave, and freedmen records, and naval records.
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