African Americans in Campbell County

 

First African Americans in Kentucky

Slaves in Will Book A-1795-1822

For the property tax lists 1787 through 1813, showing the number of Blacks owned by Campbell County head of households see the Census and Tax List Index

Salt Works Accident-June 12, 1804

Grant & Company in Salt Works

Owners of Slaves-1810 Census

Slaves of Washington Berry-1813

Historical Home Built by Slaves-1818

William S Bailey-Abolitionist

Kentucky Governor's Report on Slaves 1845-1852

Elijah Herndon Will-1849

Slave Traders

Slaves in 1850 Census

Free Blacks in 1850 Census

Slave Records of the Garrett Family in 1854

Slaves and Free BlacksSeptember 8, 2013

Uncle Tom's Cabin Story-by Nathaniel Shaler

Runaways

Slaves in 1860 Census

African American Union Soldiers in Kentucky Site

African American in the Navy in the Civil War

Northern Kentucky African Americans in the Navy during the Civil War

AfriGeneas Site

Colored Troops in Kentucky

African Americans from Kentucky buried in Alexandria Cemetery in Virginia

Population of Kentucky Schedule 1790-1860

The Project Gutenberg E Book of Slavery and Four Years of War, Vol. 1-2, by
Joseph Warren Keifer

First African American School in Newport-Southgate Street School

History of African American Education in Newport

Newport and Campbell County Population 1860-1950

Republican Troubadours-1876

Charles Davenport Shot-1876

Agnes Murphy-1884

Speers Hospital Admissions 1905-1909, 1917

National Underground Freedom Center

Institute for Freedom Studies at NKU

Northern Kentucky African American Heritage Task Force

Kentucky African American Encyclopedia

Cemeteries

Churches

Deaths

Doctors

MarriagesApril 1, 2013

Obituaries

World War I Veterans

Kentucky African American Griots

Former Slaves of James Taylor File Lawsuit-1883

County Road and District Book-1888

The Colored Republican League Club-1891

Newport 1897 School Census

Newport Births 1908-1910

Mose Johnson Lawsuit-Former Slave of Thomas Hayden Nelson 1921

Joseph Townsend Arrest-1928

Roosevelt Spears Execution-1953

 

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