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Index to The Journal of the Afro-American historical and genealogical society quarterly issues of 1980-1990

Journal of the Afro-American historical and genealogical society
compiled by Barbara D. Walker ; preface by James Dent Walker
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English
Bowie, Maryland : Heritage Books, Inc., c1991
171 p.
1556135351

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The Journal of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society "quarterly's first ten years of issuance includes a plethora of source materials such as censuses, military records, deeds, slave registers, and wills; and represents studies thoroughly researched by professionals and amateurs alike. This index which is composed of five sections, covers all thirty-six issues published in the journal's first decade. The sections are: General index to surnames; Index to single given names; Titles of published articles; Subject index; and State index"--Back cover.

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