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Social Security Death Index

 

Dunkerhook: Slave Community

 

United States Colored Troops in the Civil War

 

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What is a Soundex code?

 

The Frontier Freedman's Journal:

 

 Cyndi Ingle, Cyndis List.

 

Christine's Genealogy Website

 

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B.J. Smothers' Genealogy Page

 

Census Online: Your Guide to Online Census Records

 

HOME OF THE GRAND CHAIN GANG

 

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What's in a name?

 



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Want Ads for Lost Relatives 1865 - 1867

 

From Africa to America

 

Abstraction from the Franklin Review Appeal
Williamson County, Tennessee
for June 14, 1867

 

"How to Begin and Sustain A Genealogical Research Project" 

 

Newspapers As Genealogical Research Tool

 

Informative


Slaves in Morgan Co. 1850 Mort. Sched.

Persons listed as slaves in the Morgan Co., Alabama, 1850 Mortality Schedule.
By Elisabeth Green Streeter


Slaves in Morgan Co. 1860 Mort. Sched.

By Elisabeth Green Streeter

 

Blacks & Mulattos in Morgan Co. 1870 Mort. Sched.

By Elisabeth Green Streeter

 
 PLANTATIONS IN ALABAMA

 

Morgan County, Alabama Death Records, Book  Sldicker@aol.com

 

1840 Randolph Co., AL, Slaveowners

 

Bibb County,Alabama 1920 Census-   Denise Davis Johnson 
Kingdom Alabama State Camp 69
 Negro Prisoners

 

CampGround Cemetery
Morgan County, Alabama
Contributed by Denise Davis Johnson  and Mrs Walls.
 
Slaves in Chambers 1850 Mort. Sched.

By Elisabeth Green Streeter
Email:  egstreeter@knology.net


1880 CENSUS  
ORR FAMILIES OF MORGAN COUNTY ALABAMA
Denise Davis Johnson 
 
Orr's on the 1866 Colored Census


B. J Smothers

 

Alabama African American Genealogy Research

 

African American Genealogy - Georgia Archives

 

 Franklin County, Ala.

 

 Slavery in America: The Montgomery Slave Trade | Equal Justice ...

 

 Slaves Working in Montgomery Alabama

 

 Alabama Slave Owners

 

 Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936 to 1938

 

 Tennessee 4 Me - Slavery

 

 AAHGS Nashville

 

 Free African Americans listed in the 1860 Sumner County, TN Census

 

Tools for Researching

Alabama African American Genealogy Research

 

Frazine Taylorís Researching African American Genealogy in Alabama Released

 

 Alabama State Archives and Libraries

 

 USF African State Heritage Project Comprehensive Records Database Search

 

 African American News and Genealogy

 

 Genealogy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

 

 ALGenWeb Project - Alabama - part of the USGenWeb

 

 Alabama Genealogical Society, Inc.

 

 Southern Wills and Records

 Genealogy Forms and Software


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