2 edition of Living in the Black Country 1900-1940 found in the catalog.
Living in the Black Country 1900-1940
This is believed to be the first autobiographical work written by an enslaved African living in British North America. Art and Literature: United States: Massachusetts: Jupiter Hammon, a Long Island enslaved person, publishes a book of poetry. This is believed to be the first volume of poetry written and published by an African. " Census," Mississippi Genealogical Exchange, March ; June ; September GS 18 " Tax List," Family Trails, May GS 18 " Mortality Schedule," Mississippi Genealogy and Local History, June 65 GS 18 "Alexander K. Farrar's Deed to Kingston Church, ," Journal of Mississippi History, April
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