Tapestry. A Living History of the Black Family in Southeastern Connecticut


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Genealogical Publishing Company


The first half of this book consists of a historical overview of African-Americans in southeastern Connecticut from 1680 to 1865. The authors focus on the arrival of blacks in Connecticut, the African-American family, and the role played by African-Americans in the Revolutionary and Civil wars. The second half contains genealogical sketches of the following African-American families: Beman, Boham, Bush, Freeman, Hallan, Hyde, Jacklin, Jackson, Lathrop, Magira, Mason, Moody, Peters, Quash, Rogers, and Wright.


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