Strangers in Their Midst: The Free Black Population of Amherst County, Virginia

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Heritage Books, Jan 1, 1993 - African Americans - 224 pages
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An historical overview of the "Free Negroes" from mid-eighteenth century Virginia to the Civil War. A guide to my hidden African American heritage. Who knew blonde-haired, blue-eyed Geoff was (partially) black? The Cherokee stories were invented out of whole cloth! Read full review

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Contents

Preface
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The Amherst County Register
17
Demography of the Rural Free Negro
27
Copyright

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The Social Construction of Race and. Monacan Education in Amherst County,. Virginia,19081965:monacanperspectives. Melanie D. Haimes-Bartolf ...
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Descendants of Richard JOHNS. The fortunes of posting research is that sometimes it proves to be not exactly as youwould have it to be. ...
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PETTIFORD FAMILY. Three members of the Pettiford family were "Black" taxables in the Granville County tax lists in the 1750s. They were probably brothers, ...
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