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Colonial Tax Lists of Free African Americans of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland and Delaware 
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Patriots of Color Database 
Free African Americans in North Carolina Before the Civil War 
African Americans in the Civil War 
Freedman’s Bureau Records 
Virginia Historical Society-Database of Slave Names 
John Foxworth Cemetery near Hubb, Marion County
Tracing Black Families in Marion County, Mississippi
Otho Barnes-"Philosophy of Life Includes Work, Religion, Good Cooking” 1 Sept 1956 Columbian-Progress newspaper article. "father was an ex-slave born in Kentucky..."


Christine’s Genealogical Website


Memories of Slavery Edited by Dina C. McBride 


Remembering Their Names by Linda Durr Rudd


Magee-Varnado Heritage By Willie L. Robinson


University of Southern Mississippi African American Genealogy


MDAH Sovereignty Commission Online
Library of Congree- African American Odyssey
Mississippi African American Genealogy
"Freedmen, The Freed Slaves of the Civil War"


History of African American's in the Civil War
Distant Cousins- African American Genealogy Resources
  African American New England Research   








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