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Review: Strangers in Their Midst: The Free Black Population of Amherst County, Virginia, Revised EditionUser Review - Geoffrey - Goodreads
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
The Amherst County Register
Demography of the Rural Free Negro
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Jay Hansford C. Vest - From Nansemond to Monacan: The Legacy of ...
Copyright © 2004 The University of Nebraska Press. All rights reserved. The American Indian Quarterly 27.3 (2003) 781-806 ...
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The Social Construction of Race and Monacan Education in Amherst ...
The Social Construction of Race and. Monacan Education in Amherst County,. Virginia,1908–1965:monacanperspectives. Melanie D. Haimes-Bartolf ...
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Descendents of Richard JOHNS
Descendants of Richard JOHNS. The fortunes of posting research is that sometimes it proves to be not exactly as youwould have it to be. ...
PETTIFORD FAMILY. Three members of the Pettiford family were "Black" taxables in the Granville County tax lists in the 1750s. They were probably brothers, ...