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Volume 26 (2008)

Telling the Rest of the Story:

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Narrative of a Former Slave's Recollection
Patricia Carter Sluby

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Register of Colored Persons of Smyth County, State of Virginia Cohabiting Together as Husband and Wife on 27th February 1866
Jeff Weaver

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George William Warfield (1837-1919) Ex-Slave and Civil War Veteran
Carolyn
Warfield

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Fugitives from Enslavement as Abstracted from Prince George's County Commissioner of Slave Statistics
Patsy Fletcher

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"Sketch of the Life and Labors of Rev. Henry Highland Garnet" A Second Look
Kathleen Velsor, Ed. D.

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Finding Emma Pullen
Debora Pullen Plunkett

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Guilford Hervey and Descendants
Jacqueline E. A. Lawson and Cynthia A. W. Wilson

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Book Reviews

Volume 25 (2007)

Tribute to Sylvia Polk-Burriss

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Escape from Clarksburg, Virginia
Thomas Mainwaring

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The Mystery of James Watkins Seward and the Underground Railroad
Judith Wellman and Members of the Oswego County Freedom Trail Committee

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Evaluating Evidence for Underground Railroad Sites in Oxford, Ohio
Valerie Elliott and Jacky Johnson

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Underground Railroad History in the Washington, D.C. Area
Jenny Masur

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Newspaper Articles and Miscellaneous Information on the Underground Railroad

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Book Reviews

Fleeing for Freedom: Stories of the Underground Railroad
George Hendrick and Willene Hendrick, eds.

The Pearl: A Failed Slave Escape on the Potomac
Josephine F. Pacheco

Front Line of Freedom
Keith P. Griffler

Challenging the Boundaries of Slavery
David Broin Davis

Tapping the Pines: The Naval Stores Industry in the American South
Robert B. Outland III

Black Seminoles in the Bahamas
Rosalyn Howard

Volume 24, Number 1 (2005)

Telling the Rest of the Story: Julius Rosenwald's Influence on South Black Education

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America's "Give While You Live" Philanthropist
Diane Granat

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Surviving Rosenwald Schools in Arkansas
Ralph Wilcox

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Kentucky Rosenwald Schools
Kentucky Heritage Council, State Historic Preservation Office and The African American Heritage Commission

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Teachers of Young African Americans in Charlottesville and Albermarle County, Virginia 1865-1967
Gayle M. Shulman

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Additional Benefactors of Julius Rosenwald's Philanthropy
Compiled by Editorial Board

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Frederick Douglass Relatives as Recalled by Thomas Sears
Joseph Douglas, Jr.

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Keeping a Good Heart: Surviving Slavery in the British Colonies
Donna Tyler Hollie

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Freedom Road Revisited
Roland Barksdale-Hall

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Pinehurst Cemetery, Pulaski, Virginia
Tami Ramsey and Pam Jones

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Book Reviews

Volume 23, Number 1 (2004)

Telling the Rest of the Story: Cornerstones of Black Communities

African American Community Research

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Early African American Communities in Hernando County, Florida
Toni Carrier and Mabel Sims

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But Will This Still Be 'Demus
Sherda K. Williams

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The Founding of Buxton, Canada
Bryan Prince

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The Houses of Buxton: A Legacy of African American Influences in Architecture
Patricia L. Neely

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The History and Impact of the Black Church in Augusta, Georgia; With a Focus on Springfield Baptist Church
Janaka Bowman

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Some Black Pioneers of the Westward Expansion
LeRoy Vaughn

Family History Research Methodology

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The Search for Burton Ancestors: For Harry and Rosa
Kenneth H. Burton

Research Resources

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Apprenticed Freed Minors of Caroline County, Maryland: 1864-1867
Joseph L. Douglas

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Staten Island Colonial Slaves in Wills and Manumissions of Richmond County, New York
Richard B. Dickenson

Abstracted Information on Historic Black Communities

Brown vs. Board of Education, Text of U. S. Supreme Court Decision

Book Reviews

Volume 22, Number 2 (2003)

Telling the Rest of the Story - The Underground Railroad

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Many Untold Stories
Jenny Masur

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Racism in the North during the Abolition Period
Tom Calarco

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Friends and Freedmen: Historical Geography of the Underground Railroad in Central Delaware
Bradley Skelcher

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The Role of African Americans in the Underground Railroad Network in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
William J. Switala

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John W. Jones and Friends: The Origins of the Underground Railroad in Elmira, New York
Carole Knowlton

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The Michigan Freedom Trail
Carol E. Mull

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A Meeting of the Colored Citizens of Milwaukee, 1850
Ruby West Jackson and Walter T. McDonald

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Peter and Nancy Hudlin's Underground Railroad Station
Richard A. Hudlin

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The Underground Railroad and Uniontown, Pennsylvania
Ronald D. Palmer

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The Escape Narrative of Peter Stokes
Gary L. Knepp

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The Long Island Freedom Trail
Kathleen G. Velsor

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Samuel Parsons: A Long Island Quaker and the Anti-Slavery Struggle
James Driscoll

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Luther DonnellDecatur County, Indiana's Great Enemy of Slavery
Mary E. Donnell Mitchell

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Beyond The Underground Railroad: Freedom Passions That Prevailed
Linda Cousins

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Crossing Over: The Rankin's of Ripley, Ohio
Adam Rankin and Elizabeth Rankin

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In My Great-Great-Great Grandfather's Voice
Cynthia A. Wilson

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Resources on Underground Railroad Projects and Websites

Book Review - Richard S. Newman: The Transformation of American Abolitionism: Fighting Slavery in the Early Republic

Volume 22, Number 1 (2003)

Telling the Rest of the Story

African American and Native American History

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The Revolution's Black Soldiers
Robert A. Selig

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Guide to Records about Black Participants in the American Revolution from the War Department Collection of Revolutionary War Records at the National Archives and Records Administration
Debra Newman Ham

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Revolutionary War Veteran Ephraim Hearn
C. V. Brooks

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From Indian Slavery to Freedom
Mary B. Kegley

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African American and American Indian Involvement in the American Revolution: A Selected Bibliography
Lesli M. Brannon and Eric G. Grundset

2002 Conference Presentation Highlights

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Exploring Our Shared History
Felicia F. Dryden and Charles A. Orr

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Knowing the Ties That Bind for Holistic Reparations
Kevin Washington

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African American Academies in the South 1865 to 1945
Joseph T. Durham

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The Underground Railroad in Kent County, Delaware: A Practice in Self-Determination
Patsy M. Fletcher

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Finding Your Landless Ancestors
J. Mark Lowe

African American Genealogy

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Band of Warriors: A Descendant Traces Her Roots, 1650-1900
Anita L. Wills

Book Reviews

Volume 21, Number 2 (2002; Silver Anniversary Edition)

Telling the Rest of the Story

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The Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society, Inc.

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A Message from the President
James Dent Walker (1980)

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History of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society, Inc., Fifth Anniversary Booklet
Paul E. Sluby, Sr.

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Historical Reflections
Paul E. Sluby, Sr.

African American Church History

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The Origins of the African Methodist Episcopal Church of Greene County, Pennsylvania
Marlene Bransom

American American Family

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The Benson Family of Framingham, Massachusetts
Richard H. Benson

African American History

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The Origin of the Gullah Language
Frances Gross-Moore

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United States Information Agency Black Pioneers, 1948-1968: Paving the Way for Wider Black Participation in U. S. Foreign Affairs
Ronald D. Palmer

Research Resources

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An Annotated Bibliography of the U. S. Civil Rights Movement
Jo Ann Ooiman Robinson

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Historical and Genealogical Resources Available at the Georgia State Archives
Steven W. Engerrand

Miscellaneous Genealogical Information

Book Reviews


Volume 21, Number 1 (2002; Silver Anniversary Edition)

African American Family

bulletHarriet Bailey: Presumed Sister of Frederick Douglas
Joseph L. Douglas, Jr.
bulletGenerations: The Family and Ancestry of Oscar Micheaux
Karen P. Neuforth

African American History

bulletThe Outcome of That Discontent: Oscar Micheaux, Motion Pictures and the Race for Dignity
Sarah Weiss
bulletQuiet Motion Picture Legend Buried in Great Bend
Martin J. Keenan
bulletName Changing Since the Civil War: A Case of Three USCT Regiments from South Carolina
John R. Gourdin
bulletLincoln School of Marion, Alabama
Idella Childs, Lorenzo Curry and Minnie Curry
bulletDunkerhook: Slave Community?
Allen Lutins

Transcriptions

bulletAfrican-American Burial Grounds in Greene County, Pennsylvania
Marlene Branson

Research Resources

bulletUsing Microsoft Office 2000® to Access the Louisiana Slave Databases
Edwin Washington

Miscellaneous Genealogical Information

Recent Book Releases

bulletSlave Patrols Law and Violence in Virginia and the Carolinas
bulletThe Slave Trade

Volume 20, Number 2 (2001)

African American History

bulletThe Black Banjo Playing Tradition in Virginia and West Virginia
Robert B. Winans; Nancy J. Martin-Perdue

African American Family

bulletThe Life and Times of John and Rose Johnson
bulletRobert W. Walker: The Road to Freedom
Ivy Walker
bulletSuspended Times: A Genealogical Sketch of Holcomb Hall
Alica Hall Green

Research Resources

bulletCemeteries in Hancock County, Georgia
bulletIndex of the Colorado Minority Inhabitants of the Ninth Census of the United States
Iris Agard Hawkins

Church History

bulletStewart Memorial United Methodist Church
Joel Fears

Genealogical Information

bulletAugustus Alexander
bulletRemembering Your Ancestors

Book Reviews and Recent Releases

Volume 20, Number 1 (2001)

African American History

bulletReverend Dr. Owen Lun West Smith: From Minister to Minister Resident and Consul General
E. Renée Ingram

Genealogical Research Methods

bulletNoah B. Parker: Troublemaker or Conscientious Civil Servant
John P. Colletta, Ph.D.

African American Family

bulletSamuel Anderson: The Last Slave of Flatbush Town
Augustus W. Harris

Genealogy and Genetics

bulletAfro-American Genealogists &ndash Leadership in Genetic Studies
Kathleen Rand Reed, MAA
bulletAfrican-American Pioneers in the Conquest of Heart Disease
B. Waine Kong, Ph.D., J.D.

Church Historical Information

bulletColored Members of Bethel Baptist Church, Hancock County (GA)
bulletA Brief History of First Baptist Church, Thomasville (AL)
bulletPastors of Indian Ridge Baptist Church, Whatley (AL)
bulletHistory of Independent Baptist Church, Sweetwater (AL)

Miscellaneous Genealogical Information

bulletAged Colored Tramp [Queer Individual Who, In Place of Shoes, Has Footwear of His Own Make]
bulletThree African American Civil War Veterans With Contacts to LeRoy (Genesee County) New York: Henry Clay, Jacob Thomas, Charles Thomas
bulletBanks & Crump (Freemen) vs. William Clark
Peggy Lee Polk
bulletWill of Phillip Mackelfresh

Volume 19, Number 2 (2000)

Research Methods

bulletUncovering Post and Pre-Civil War Slave Ancestral Surname Changes in Alabama and Virginia - Part I: Alabama
Anntoinette S. McFadden
bulletUncovering Post and Pre-Civil War Slave Ancestral Surname Changes in Alabama and Virginia - Part II: Virginia
Char McCargo Bah

Research Resources

bulletA Loyal Black and the Southern Claims Commission: The Barred Petition of Thomas D. Pauley (sic)
Thomas D. Pawley, III
bulletSome African Americans Listed In Mobile, Alabama City Directories, 1837-1839, 1842 & 1844
Christopher Nordmann
bulletAfrican American Births in Fairfax County, Virginia
Suzanne Foster

Newspaper Transcriptions

bulletSelected Excerpts from Frederick Douglass' Newspaper, The Douglass Monthly
Gloria Winston Al-Sarag

Miscellaneous Information

bulletJames R. Burrell Obituary
bulletManumission of Slave Posey
bulletIndenture of Henry Hawkins

Volume 19, Number 1 (2000)

1999 Conference Sessions

bulletDocumenting and Validating Your Research
Carolyn Corpening Rowe
bulletCopyright Protection for Family Historians
Lawrence Savoy

African-American Family

bulletThe Narrative of Bethany Veney, A Slave
Teresa Kelly

African American History

bulletEconomic Change and the Development of Slave Hiring in Virginia
John R. Zaborney

Lists of Freedmen

bulletCompilation of Free People of Colour Registered in Patrick County, Virginia
Cynthia A. Wilson

Research Resources

bulletThe British Columbia Archives
Dave Stevens
bulletAfrican-American Genealogy Sources in the Louisiana Divisin of the New Orleans Public Library
Irene Wainwright
bulletResources for African Americans Researching in Kentucky
Roseann R. Hogan

Church History

bulletSpirit Creek Baptist Church
Joseph Diggs, Sr.

Volume 18, Number 2 (1999)

bulletAfrican American Civil War Memorial: Bureau of Colored Troops; Founders Day Prayer Breakfast Address
Major General Warren L. Freeman
bulletClearview Cemetery, Uniontown, Fayette County, Pennsylvania
Ronald D. Palmer
bullet"His Brother and Not His Slave" -- Africans, Native Americans, and the 'Trail of Tears'
Patrick Minges
bulletSlave Importation Lists from Richmond County, Georgia, 1820-1821
Frances Holloway Wynne
bulletWill of David Mosely
Patricia Mosley Torrance
bullet"Want No Dark Girl Teacher" -- The Daisy Fearing Story
Glenn D. Cunningham
bulletDowdal H. Davis, Jr. (1913-1957) Journalist, Businessman, Activist
Ophelia Taylor Pinkard

Volume 18, Number 1 (1999)

bulletMeet, Mingle, Become Informed
Editorial Note
bulletEliminating the Historical Undercount of African Americans in Census 2000
James R. Holmes
bulletSearching for Bajan Roots
The Honorable Courtney N. Blackman
bulletAfrican American Genealogical Research in U. S. Military Records Before World War I
Michael P. Musick
bulletIn Search of the African American Family: Records of the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands
Reginald Washington
bulletProven Techniques for Locating and Documenting Your Ancestors During the Reconstruction Era
Audrey M. McDowell

Volume 17, Number 2 (1998)

bulletSearching for Ancestral Grandmothers
Cynthia A. Wilson
bulletSome Hampshire County (West) Virginia Records, 1850-1896; 1850 and 1860 Slave Census Schedules; and Some Extracts from the South Branch Intelligencer, 1880-1896
Cheryl H. Singhal
bulletCivil War Soldiers from Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, (including Pittsburgh), Who Served in the United States Colored Troops (USCT)
Ronald D. Palmer
bulletAncestry Chart
Victoria Price

Volume 17, Number 1 (1998)

bulletRaised by Former Slaves: A Conversation with Mamie Burkes 23 July 1983
Lairold Street and Kathryn Ferger
bulletThe Hilson Family History: Herschel Moorman's Legacy
Maisah Robinson
bulletThe Preponderance of Evidence: Establishing the Parentage of Narcissus Swift
Betty J. Craft
bulletFood Allotments in Colonial America and Britain
Cheryl H. Singhal
bulletThe Autograph Book of Lela Virginia Farnell
Margo Lee Williams
bulletSlaves and Slaveholding in Dutch New York, 1628-1664
Robert J. Swan

Volume 16, Number 2 (1997)

bulletFinding Urban Slaves: An Index to the Records of the Board of Commissioners for Emancipation in the District of Columbia, 1862-63
Mary Beth Corrigan
bulletWalter H. Williams, Sr., Educator: Lafayette and Vermilion Parishes, Louisiana
Beverly Babin Woods
bulletEmancipation and the African American Community in Woodstock, Virginia, 1865-1870
Barbara P. Josiah
bulletFrom Virginia Farms to Iowa Coal Mines:
A: Descendants and Neighbors of Catherine Foster Go West
B: African Americans in Mahaska County, Iowa, in the Tenth Census, 1880
David G. Smith
bulletAncestors of Saundra Rounette Oliver Brown
Saundra R. Oliver Brown

Volume 16, Number 1 (1997)

bulletSlavery in Eighteenth Century Narragansett, Rhode Island
Robert K. Fitts
bulletWilliam L. Copeland (ca. 1845-1885) of Ohio and Arkansas: Finding Him and Telling His Story
Theresa A. Rector
bulletMarriage Records of Livingston County, Kentucky, Including the Declarations of Marriage of Former Slaves and Volume One of the Marriage Register for Freedmen, 1866-1896
Roma Jones Stewart
bulletJuanita (Rowland) Smith Stephens Underwood, "Mama Neta," of Lumberton, Robeson County, North Carolina: Trying to Identify Slave Parents
Frances LaJune Powell
bulletName Index to the Baptismal Records of St. Monica Catholic Church, Chicago, Illinois 1909-1917
Betty J. Craft
bulletCivil Rights in the North in the Thirties: The Francis Suit in Binghamton, New York, 1932-1933
Richard H. White

Volume 15, Number 2 (1996)

bulletA Letter from Dr. Harold Delaney, Scientist, Educator, and Member of the Manhattan Project
Ethel Delaney Lee
bulletThe Travails of Ernestine Woods: First Black Graduate from Officer Candidate School, The Women's Army Corps, Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, during World War II
Martha S. Putney
bulletArmistead Miller: Presbyterian Missionary and Emigrant to Liberia
Nancy E. Aiken & Michel S. Perdreau
bullet1860 Census of the United States Slave Schedules
A: Fayette County, Virginia (West Virginia)
B: Raleigh County, Virginia (West Virginia)
Extracted by Cheryl H. Singhal
bulletJames Palmer and Other African American Civil War Soldiers Buried in Fayette County, Pennsylvania
Donald D. Palmer
bulletName Index to the Colored Tax Book Suwannee County, Florida Revenues for 1866 and 1867
Extracted by Margo Lee Williams

Volume 15, Number 1 (1996)

bulletThe Life of Angola Amy of Comingtee and Kensington Plantations South Carolina
Edward Ball
bulletJonathan Johnson
Jane Wolf Hufft
bulletMarriage Strategies and Family Formation Patterns among the Eighteenth Century Puerto Rican Slave Population
David M. Stark
bulletWriting Our History: The Power of the Written Word
Madrue Chavers-Wright, Augustus Harris, Ramona La Roche, Richard Burbridge, and Cheryl McDaniels
bulletIndex of Maryland and West Virginia Civil War Colored Troops and Their "Loyal Slaveowners"
Extracted by Sandra G. Craighead
bulletAfrican American Genealogical Sources in the Birmingham Public Library Archives
James L. Baggett

Volume 14, Numbers 3 & 4 (1995)

bulletCivil War Military and Pension Records: The Roulhacs
Roy L. Roulhac
bulletA Genealogical Sketch of Charlotte Nix
Dee Parmer Woodtor
bulletResearching Buffalo Soldiers for Genealogical and Historical Links
Tony Burroughs
bulletDocumenting the African American Experience Through Archives: Where Do We Go From Here?
Thomas C. Battle
bulletThe Archives of the Spanish Government of West Florida (1782-1816) and African American Research
Del E. Jupiter
bulletA Trip from South Carolina to the Republic of Texas
Belzora Cheatham
bulletBlack Chicago's Lost Historical Records
Dee Parmer Woodtor
bulletThe Vivian G. Harsh Research Collection, Chicago
Michael Flug
bulletBook Reviews

Volume 14, Numbers 1 & 2 (1995)

bulletIndex of Catawba County, North Carolina, African American Marriages, 1867-1907
Extracted by Carolyn Corpening Collins Rowe
bulletThe Division of Lands of Miles Lassiter
Margo Lee Williams
bulletThe Smith/Buckland and Robert Smith Cemeteries Gates (Gates County) North Carolina
Recorded by Margaret Smith Taylor
bulletSilas Chandler, A Black Confederate Hero
R. Elizabth Chandler Yancy
bulletName Index to the Register of Depositors in the Lexington, Kentucky Branch of the Freedmen's Savings and Trust Company
Extracted by Jeanne Cannella Schmitzer
bulletThe Black Population of New Netherland: As Extracted from the Records of Baptisms and Marriages of the Dutch Reformed Church (New York City), 1630-1664
Robert J. Swan

Volume 13, Numbers 3 & 4 (1994)

bulletIn Memorium: James Dent Walker (9 July 1928 - 6 October 1993)
Theresa A. Rector
bullet"Tributes"
Robert H. Williams, Geof Tani, and Antonia Cottrell Martin
bulletThe Marriage Record Book (1845-1875) of Rev. Henry Davis, A.M.E.
Transcribed by James Dent Walker
bulletValues, Virtues, and Testiges: Moving Forward into the Past (Keynote Address, 16th Annual AAHGS Conference)
Kortright Davis
bulletThe Slave Lists of Western Pennsylvania -- Westmoreland County
Ronald D. Palmer
bulletFounders and Focus of the Ashmun Collegiate Institute for Colored Youth, Chester County, Pennsylvania, 1854-1866
Reginald H. Pitts
bulletWe Served America Too! Black Women in the Women's Army Corps During World War II
Janet Sims-Wood
bulletFemale African American Pilots, Then and Now
Simmona E. Simmons-Hodo
bulletThe Slaves of Colonel John F. Dent of Burlington, Maryland: Identifying Them by Name by Using Various Documents
Saundra Oliver Brown
bulletGoing on a Research Trip?
Edwin B. Washington, Jr.

Volume 13, Numbers 1 & 2 (1994)

bulletSable Riders of the American West: The Twenty-fifth Infantry Bicycle Corps
Jeanne C. Schmitzer
bulletAfrican-American Workers in Virginia: The Slavery Era
Debra Newman Ham
bulletJefferson's Slaves: Crop Accounts at Monticello, 1805-1808
Gerard W. Gawalt
bulletSales of Slaves in Burke County, North Carolina, 1791-1851
Compiled by Carolyn Corpening Collins Rowe
bulletPractical Pointers in Tracing Your Indian Ancestry in the Southeast
Thomas J. Blumer
bulletHow to Number Your Family History
Sylvia Mallette Enty

Volume 12, Numbers 3 & 4 (1991)

bulletA Short History of the Black Population in the Region of Mt. Pleasant, Pennsylvania
Ronald D. Palmer
bulletAn Interview with Ralph David Abernathy
Edited by Martha S. Putney
bulletThe Coy Family of Virginia: A Documentary Portrait
David A. G. Johnson, Jr.
bulletThe Life and Times of Shandy Wesley Jones and Other Freedmen of Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Ophelia Taylor Pinkard and Barbara Clayton Clark
bulletAbstracts from the Colored Tennessean 1865-1867; Want Ads for Lost Relatives
Sandra G. Craighead
bulletAfrican American Churches in Bloomington-Normal, Illinois: 100 Years Reflecting the Black Church in America
Rick D. Williams
bulletSlave Inventory of Elisha Farnell
Margo Lee Williams

Volume 12, Numbers 1 & 2 (1991); Special Issue: African Americans in the Military

bulletSelected African American Musicians and Bands in the United States Military from Colonial Times through the Civil War
Catherine T. and Roland C. McConnell
bulletCivil War Pension Files in the National Archives: Windows on the Lives of African Americans
Geraldine N. Phillips
bulletLife After Glory: A Glimpse into Past Lives through Pension Records
Jeanne Brooks Gart
bulletThe Corps d'Afrique: A Chapter in the Development of the Black Soldier in the United States Military Establishment
Roland C. McConnell
bulletThe Maryland Infantry Regiments of the United States Colored Troops in the Civil War
Roland C. McConnell
bulletFormation and service of New York's 15th Infantry Regiment: Harlem's Hell Fighters during World War I
Charles Johnson, Jr.
bulletMary McLeod Bethune and the Women's Army Corps during World War II
Martha S. Putney
bulletBlacks in the Women's Army Corps: The Experiences of Two Companies
Martha S. Putney
bulletThe Black Regiment
W.B.M.

Volume 11, Number 4 (1990)

bulletLela Virginia Farnell Williams (1876-1914), An Early Student at the State Normal College for Colored Students, Tallahassee, Florida
Margo Lee Williams
bulletBlacks Employed in Maritime Related Occupations: Wood's Baltimore City Directory, 1871
Eva Slezak
bulletA Record of Slave Membership in Fairfields Baptist Church, Burgess, Northumberland County, Virginia from 1844-1864
Ophelia Taylor Pinkard
bulletSeen Elsewhere
bulletAncestor Tables
bulletQueries from Members

Volume 11, Number 3 (1990)

bulletSlaves at Rusticello Plantation, Pendleton, Anderson County, South Carolina, 1814-1863: Births, Baptisms, Illnesses, Vaccinations, and Deaths
Virginia Steele Wood
bulletThe Impact of the Democratic Ideals of the U. S. Constitution on the Early Black Press in America
Frankie Hutton
bulletLoudon County, Virginia, Documentation on Free Blacks
Townsend M. Lucas
bulletDescendants of Cuff Ashport of Bridgewater, Massachusetts
Ann S. Lainhart
bulletQueries from Members

Volume 11, Numbers 1&2 (1990)

bulletIn Pursuit of Truth: Carter G. Woodson and the Movement to Promote Negro History
Jacqueline Goggin
bulletThe Father of Black History Carter G. Woodson, A Living legacy
Ardie Myers
bulletUsing the LDS Family History Library in Building Your Genealogy
Margo Lee Williams
bulletThe Hidden Lives of Waverly Plantation
Glenn Cunningham
bulletMinority Inventive Genius: A Look at Spirited American People
Patricia Carter Sluby
bulletA List of Free Negroes and Mulattos Registered in the County of Lunenberg, Virginia from 1815 to 1850
Willie Ragsdale
bulletA Colored Man in the Cabinet: An Idea Before Its Time, 1896
William Serville
bulletAncestor Tables
bulletQueries

Volumes 1-10 (1980-1990)

Index to the Journal of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society Quarterly: Issues of 1980 - 1990 ISBN 1-55613-535-1. Compiled by: Barbara D. Walker, Preface by: James Dent Walker, Published by: Heritage Books, Inc.,1540-E Pointer Ridge Place, Bowie, Maryland 20716, (301) 390-7709.

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