Choctaw Minor Freedmen Enhanced

Choctaw Minor Freedmen Enhanced

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by Anita Ighner
     
 
This eBook is a complete compilation of the Choctaw Minor Freedmen records that has been cross referenced with the Choctaw Freedmen records. It provides precious information pertaining to African-American Slaves that were once owned by Choctaw slaveholders. Because most citizens are unaware of this episode in America's period of slavery, this information is an amazing

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This eBook is a complete compilation of the Choctaw Minor Freedmen records that has been cross referenced with the Choctaw Freedmen records. It provides precious information pertaining to African-American Slaves that were once owned by Choctaw slaveholders. Because most citizens are unaware of this episode in America's period of slavery, this information is an amazing testimony to the lives of many African-Americans whose ancestors are rooted in Choctaw heritage. Lists of names such as parents, stepparents, grandparents, great grandparents, siblings, step-siblings, and slave owners are provided. The territory in which the Freedmen lived and many Choctaw Tribal Enrollment Numbers are also provided. This information is vital for researchers of African-Native American (Choctaw) genealogy.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012948069
Publisher:
Sore Head Bear Press
Publication date:
05/27/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

Family history has been a source of strength and pride for Nita Ighner. For the past 25 years she has dedicated a tremendous amount of time in the fascinating field of Family Research. In doing so, Nita has traveled to one of her discovered root lands of South Carolina - her paternal side of the family - to unearth the Will of her ancestors' Slave Owner. In that record she found the names of her GGGreat Grandfather along with his mother. Also there in the Carolinas, lives a large portion of her family that was not known to her until 10 years ago. She has yet to begin research into the Native American lineage of the Eigner side of her family.
On Nita's maternal side of the family, the Galloways of Arkansas, research has been steady and intense pertaining to the family's Choctaw connection. Needless to say, many hours have been spent on gathering and compiling information concerning the African-Choctaw experience. Instead of filing away the found information, Nita is dedicated to sharing it in her eBook for other family researchers. There's more to come.
Nita Ighner is an Artist and for the past 26 years has been an Associate Professor of American Sign Language in the California College system. Though Genealogy is but one of her passions, it is one of the most fulfilling.

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