Wills, Property Tax Rolls, Inventory Lists, Reports

Telegraph Dispatches in relation to capture and landing of Africans in Bark Wildfire

Papers Relating to the Return of the Kickapoo and the Seminole (Negro) Indians from Mexico to the United States, 1870 – 1885

Tombstone Transcriptions, David Gordon Cemetery, Gordonsville, Lowndes County, Alabama

Tombstone Transcriptions, Mt. Moriah Baptist Church Cemetery, Gordonsville, Lowndes County, Alabama

Tombstone Transcriptions, Rudolph Hill Cemetery, Gordonsville, Lowndes County, Alabama

Selected Obituaries from the Michigan Chronicle

List of Slaves Emancipated in the Will of George W. P. Custis, December 29, 1862

Free Blacks on Personal Property Tax Rolls for Patrick County Virginia for the years 1851-1863, contributed by Cynthia Wilson

A list of free blacks that appear at the end of Personal Property Tax Rolls for Patrick County, Virginia, contributed by Cynthia Wilson

African Americans Found on the 1866 Personal Property Tax Records for Patrick County, Virginia, contributed by Cynthia Wilson

African Americans on 1866 Floyd County, Virginia Tax Rolls, contributed by Cynthia Wilson

Last Slave Cargo, article from the Lawrence Daily Journal, December 13, 1888, contributed by Judy Sweets

Slave Sales in Louisiana, contributed by Stephanie K. Martin-Quiatte

Inventory and division of the slaves of Benjamin Clarke of Fleming County, Kentucky, contributed by Steve Clarke

Names of slaves sold in St. Helena Parish from May, 1811 – October 1812 – pg. 1, pg. 2, contributed by Stephanie K. Martin-Quiatte

Jackson Chapel Independent African Methodist Episcopal Cemetery, contributed by Stephanie K. Martin-Quiatte

Will of Mary Washington, Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania County, Virginia, contributed by Denise

Six Negroes Dead After Battle With Citizen’s Posse - Sarah Cabiness, negress, and her sons, George, Pete, Cute, Tenola and Lena are dead and her daughter, Bess, is fatally wounded, as the result of a shooting affray in the Dodge neighborhood in this county this morning, contributed by Billy Joe Cabaniss Jr.

Will of Isaac Varn, Duval County, Florida

Wheeler’s in Appomattox and Surrounding Areas – 1880 Soundex Listing, contributed by Wayne Wheeler

The Lynching of Anthony Crawford – Doria Johnson, great-great granddaughter of Anthony Crawford recounts his lynching and the effect it had on the lives of his descendants.

Will of John PULLIN, Sr., Wake Co. NC, contributed by J. Moore

Will of William Pullins Sr., Halifax Co., NC, contributed by J. Moore

Nathaniel Owens vs. Jacob Bale: Owens accused Bale of seducing his slave Bob to run away, contributed by Alan Jones

List of the Negroes, and their ages, as well as known on the 1st of January 1850 belonging to Peter R. Davis Estate, also those born up to 1st November 1850, contributed by Lori Hunter

1850 Division of Peter Davis Negroes found in Warren County, North Carolina Will Book 41, Page 90 and 91, contributed by Lori Hunter

Will of Giles Travers of Stafford Co, VA, 1717, contributed by Kathleen Much

Some Georgia slaveowners in 1850 and 1860, contributed by Edward E. Van Schaick Jr.

Free African American families in Georgia in 1830, contributed by Edward E. Van Schaick Jr.

Biographies of some former Georgia slaves, contributed by Robert Scott Davis Jr.

Births, Deaths and Marriages from the Vaiden Bible, contributed by Robert Vaiden

Elizabeth Blackwell’s Will, contributed by Donna Tyler Hollie

History of the Arch Social Club, contributed by Donna Tyler Hollie

Miscellaneous Virginia Information, contributed by Ann Jones

African American Organizations in the History of Lafayette County, Missouri, contributed by Cindy

James Thagard Estate division of slaves, contributed by Elaine Kantor

Miscellaneous Tennessee information, contributed by Janel Woodbury

South Carolina First Baptist Church Minutes, transcribed from microfilm contributed by Ruth Roberts Pickens.

Shoal Creek Baptist Church, Oconee County, South Carolina membership list, Page 1, Page 2 , transcribed from microfilm contributed by Ruth Roberts Pickens.