History & Genealogy
There comes a time when I need to
do what I can to help Everyone!
I have neglected to put anything on here about
As I don't have enough time in a day to do everything at once, I
will be adding things as time allows.
After all I am trying to conquer the whole United States, and some
in the way of getting as much history on the websites as possible.
If anyone of "Black" Heritage has anything to add to this website
like photos, histories, even queries, please feel free to do so and
I will try to get them on here asap!
PS... if anyone has a Title that you think would be better for this
area of U. S. Genealogy Express,
Please Email me HERE.
Your suggestions are greatly appreciated.
You will notice that lots of these are transcribed as hit and miss
but that is because I cannot possibly transcribe all of it at once.
What my method of transcription is:
I try to pick out things that would interest the reader the most and
then when those parts are finished, I transcribe the rest of it as
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Thank you, ~ Sharon
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TWELVE YEARS A SLAVE
A CITIZEN OF NEW YORK,
KIDNAPPED IN WASHINGTON CITY IN 1841,
AND RESCUED IN 1853,
FROM A COTTON PLANTATION NEAR THE RED-RIVER
MILLER, ORTON & MULLIGAN,
25 PARK ROW, OPPOSITE ASTOR HOUSE,
107 GENESEE STREET
THE FREE NEGRO IN VIRGINIA
1619 - 1865
John Henderson Russell
Submitted to the Board of University Studies of
The Johns Hopkins University
in Conformity with the Requirements
for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy
with sketches of several
DISTINGUISHED COLORED PERSONS:
to which is added a brief survey of the
Condition and Prospects of Colored Americans.
By Wm. C. Nell.
with an introduction by
Harriet Beacher Stowe
Published by Robert F. Wallcut
KNOX COUNTY, ILLINOIS
By Albert J. Perry
The S. J. Clarke Publishing Company
THE NEGRO PEOPLE
ORIGIN, INFLUENCE, AND DESTINY|
WILLIAM CARTER AND BROTHER.
WATER STREET, AND 21 BROMFIELD STREET
KNOX COUNTY, ILLINOIS
Together with Sketches of the Cities, Villages and
of its Volunteer in the Late War; Educational,
and Political History; Portraits of Prominent Persons
and Biographical Sketches of the Subscribers;
History of Illinois, Abstracts of the
State Laws, Etc., Etc.,Etc.
By Chas. C. Chapman & Co.
Blakely, Brown & March, Printers
155 and 157 Dearborn Street
The Underground Railroad
HISTORY OF THE BLACK
REPORT OF ITS LABORS
MUSTER ROLL OF ITS MEMBERS:
VARIOUS ORDERS, SPEECHES, ETC.
RELATING TO IT.
By Peter H. Clark
Printed by Joseph B. Boyd, No. 25 West Fourth Street
Firelands Pioneer Quarterly
Vol. V - July 1888
pgs. 28 - 105
The Underground Railroad of the Firelands
(Huron Co., Illionis)
RAIL ROAD RECORDS
Sharon Wick's NOTE: This has a lot of names of slaves and
could be of a great help to resea/rchers.
1872 & 1886
bits and pieces
Lots of names
Rise and Fall
Vol. I - II - III
Publ. Boston & New York
Houghton, Mifflin and Company
Table of Contents
A History of the
NEGRO SOLDIERS of the UNITED STATES
in the wars of
By Joseph T. Wilson,
Late of the 2nd. Reg't. La. Native Guard Vols. 54th Mass.
Aide-De-Camp to the Commander-in-Chief G. A. R.
"Emancipation," Voice of A New Race,"
"Twenty-Two Years of Freedom," Etc., Etc.
- 56 Illustrations
Publ. Hartford, Conn.:
American Publishing Company,
Added Tables of Contents for the following
Edited by Elizur Wright, Jr.
Published By the American Anti-Slavery Society,
No. 143 Nassau Street
- OCTOBER, 1835 - NO. 1
Volume II - 1836 & 1837
THEIR TRIUMPHS AND ACTIVITIES
By Monroe Alphus Majors
"A race, no less than an nation, is prosperous in proportion to
the intelligence of its women."
The criterion for Negro civilization is the intelligence,
purity and high motives of its women.
THE HIGHEST MARK OF OUR PROSPERITY, AND THE STRONGEST PROOFS OF
NEGRO CAPACITY TO MASTER THE SCIENCES AND FINE ARTS, ARE EVINCED
BY THE ADVANCED POSITIONS TO WHICH NEGRO WOMEN HAVE ATTAINED.
"I will go forth 'mong men, mailed in the armor of a pure
"Grant duties are before me, and great deeds, and whether
crowned or crownless when I fall, it matters not, so as Gods
work is done."
DONOHUE & HENNEBERRY,
PRINTERS, BINDERS AND ENGRAERS,
LOUISA CO., VIRGINIA
HISTORY of the
MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEER INFANTRY
by Luis Fenollosa Emilio
The History Book Company
THE UNDERGROUND RAILROAD
SLAVERY TO FREEDOM
WILBUR H. SIEBERT
Associate Professor of European History
in Ohio State University
With an Introduction by
Albert Bushnell Hart
Professor of History in Harvard University
The McMillan Company
London: MacMillan & Co., Ltd.
The Story of the Negro
The Rise of the Race from Slavery
Booker T. Washington
Doubleday, Page & Company
TABLE OF CONTENTS ONLY
SLAVERY IN MISSOURI
HARRISON ANTHONY TREXLER
Submitted to the Board of University Studies of The Johns
Hopkins University in Conformity with the Requirements
for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy
PRIOR TO 1850
Asa Earl Martin
Assistant Professor of American History
The Pennsylvania State College
Publ. The Standard Printing Company of Louisville
SCOTT'S OFFICIAL HISTORY
of THE AMERICAN NEGRO
in the WORLD WAR.
By Emmett J. Scott, A.M., LL.D.
Special Assistant to Secretary of War
Author of "Tuskegee and Its People," Is Liberia Worth
co-Author of "Booker T. Washington, Builder of a Civilization."
Secretary of Tuskegee Normal and Industrial Institute.
PRIVATE SECRETARY to the Late Booker T. Washington
A Complete and Authentic Narration, from Official Sources, of
AMERICAN SOLDIERS OF THE NEGRO RACE
WORLD WAR FOR DEMOCRACY
with Official Photographs
A Full Account of the War Work Organizations of Colored Men
and other Civilian Activities including
The Red Cross, the Y. M. C. A., the Y. W. C. A. and the
War Camp Community Service
With Official Summary of Treaty of Peace and
League of Nations Covenant
Prefaced with Highest Tributes to the American Negro
by HON. NEWTON D. BAKER, Secretary of War
GEN. JOHN J. PERSHING, Commander-in-Chief, American Exp.
and the late
Col. Theodore Roosevelt
Table of Contents Added 8/6/2019
in Rockbridge, VA
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