Free African Americans of North Carolina, Virginia, and South Carolina from the Colonial Period to about 1820

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Genealogical Publishing Com, 2005 - Reference - 1354 pages
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These genealogies, comprising the colonial history of the majority of the free African American families of Virginia and North Carolina, reveal several facets of American Colonial history previously overlooked by historians.
 

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The information in this book does not detail the historical detail of death dates nor burial cemetery locations of these human beings that were sexually abused at a young age by land owners and forced to bear their child so young. It only provides birth dates written in a bible. Where's the fathers information? 

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