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African American Lives 2 -- Hosted by Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
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Detroit, Michigan. 1960s Detroit, Michigan and Cumberland Island, Georgia. Design and Inventions
Savannah, Georgia My own research 1859 Toogoodoo plantation, SC; Butler's Island, GA; &, Baird plantation, LA "The Weeping Time"
great grandmother johns island,sc oral history told to me by my aunt and varified in the 1910 cenceus 1860s charleston,sc [Cainhoy] Master's Driver
grandfather New Bedford, Massachusetts, New York, Red Bank, New Jersey Passed down 1880s Mindelo, Sao Vicente, Cape Verde Islands work ethic
Grandmothers cousin Africa Igbo Island Oral History 1820s carolinas/georgia/mississippi? Mat/Grandma family story simlar to movie Daughters of the dust
mother San Salvador, Bahamas formerly Watlings Island and Guanahani island As told by my mother who is trying to trace her ancestors 1700s from her grandmother who lived over 100 years. I am descendants of Caribbean Indians, Slaves and Brits.
My father New York City Oral history 1819 Long Island, NY Black Indians
My Father, my cousin Stafford Plantation, Cumberland Island, Camden County, Georgia Oral History, 1860 Slave Census Valdosta, Georgia, Cumberland Island, Camden County, Georgia. Native American / African Americans Pilgrimage / Reunion to Cumberland Isla
my mother and her siblings Cape Verde and New York, New York Passed down 1966 Cape Verde Islands Immigration
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