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Library of Virginia Oct 9
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StarChefs 4 Sep 18
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Library of Virginia 4 Nov 18
By popular demand, we're presenting a repeat of How to Trace your Virginia Roots.
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Library of Virginia 24 Oct 18
YOU can make history! Transcribe documents from our collection! Uncover amazing stories and help make our collections more searchable.
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Library of Virginia Oct 8
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Library of Virginia 27 Oct 16
Brunswick Co. Freedman's contracts 1865-68 added to
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Library of Virginia 28 Aug 17
An ambitious project to document the dwellings of enslaved persons in VA.
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Library of Virginia 30 Nov 18
Thank you to George Mason for hosting the ! We love talking with our colleagues about and projects 🤓
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CoSA 30 Jan 18
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Bill Sullivan 12 Feb 16
Will this help locate the descendants of Flora?
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Library of Virginia Jun 19
The 1814 story of one enslaved man's daring act of self-liberation and even more daring return to his enslaver's home was shared in a blog post last year.
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NHPRC Jun 19
proud to support the project
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Library of Virginia Jun 19
5000+ names of previously enslaved people who did not wait to be emancipated by U.S. forces is available as data from :
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#CAISCT #PBL 9 May 19
One of the resourceful and friendly librarians at the created this great hashtag:
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Library of Virginia 11 Oct 16
HeinOnline collection in America and the World: History, Culture & Law now FREE:
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Library of Virginia 24 Oct 16
has added 301 coroner's inquisitions, 83 Free Negro tax lists, & 27 freedom suits from 29 localities.
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Marissa Parra 19 Feb 16
Know your roots: about 50 people have shown up for the African American genealogy workshop in Lynchburg
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American Civil War 27 Jun 16
Find more about emerging documentation and stories of AfAm history in VA via project:
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Library of Virginia Jun 19
contains hundreds of records documenting self-emancipation from 1791-1865. It also contains thousands of other records chronicling the lives of free & enslaved people in with more added regularly. 5/
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CoSA 8 Feb 18
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