Americans in Missouri
Americans in Southeastern Ohio
Genealogical Society of Cleveland, Ohio Genealogy
Society for African American in Cleveland, Ohio
Wills, Author Leboudin History Site Site contains
excerpts and updates from book, Notes And Documents of Free Persons of
Color. Also contains links and resources to other sites.
African Related Sources List
of online information storage sites (FTP, Gopher, Telnet, WWW, BBS,
Database, etc.) that contain a significant amount of information relating to
or of concern to Black or African people, culture, and issues around the
world, either in files or conferences
and MEAR(E)S African American Genealogy of Bladen & Columbus Counties
North Carolina. African
American Genealogy that chronicles the life and times of two families bound
by the sanctity of marriage. Site contains information on Bladen
County census records, deeds, slave records, bills of sales, plantation
history of Oakland plantation, and other various documents of General Thomas
Brown, local heroine of the Revolutionary War.
- Burke County,
Georgia Slave Schedules
African Americans of North Carolina and Virginia
Database of Servitude and Emancipation Records (1722-1863)
includes more than 2000 transactions found in governmental records involving
the servitude and emancipation of Africans and, occasionally, Indians in the
French and English eras of colonial Illinois (1722-1790) and
African-Americans in the American period of Illinois (1790-1863)
African American Genealogy Ohio
of Color South
People of Color
of Levi Coffin, the reputed president of the underground railroad; being
a brief history of the labors of a lifetime in behalf of the slave, with the
stories of numerous fugitives, who gained their freedom through his
instrumentality, and many other incidents.
Stone Family Informative African American Family
USF Africana Heritage Project Rediscovering records of African
American genealogy, history and culture.
American Genealogy Sites African American Genealogy Sites!
Find genealogy sites, surnames, ancestors in the free genealogy sites
Guide to African-American Genealogical Resources at the Connecticut State
Library deals primarily with resources pertaining to
African-American genealogy and local history from colonial times through the
end of the nineteenth century.
Slave Schedule: Creek Nation