8 edition of North Carolina slaves and free persons of color found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||William L. Byrd III.|
|LC Classifications||F262.C44 B97 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. ;|
|ISBN 10||0788421824, 0788424602|
|LC Control Number||2003544604|
John Hope Franklin has devoted his professional life to the study of the American South and African Americans. Originally published in by UNC Press, The Free Negro in North Carolina, was his first book on the subject. As Franklin shows, fre. "Slaves and Free Persons of Color," December 7, Description This explosive front page of the North-Carolina Standard, published on December 7, , and written by William Woods Holden, the future Governor of North Carolina from to , discussed slaves and freedmen in North Carolina.
North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color: Attempt to transcribe the complete collection of original documents housed at the NC State Archives. Stokes Co. is bound by Rockingham, Forsyth, and Surry counties, and by the state of : William L. Byrd. Also known as free blacks, free persons of color occupied an anomalous position in the race-based slave society of antebellum South Carolina. Several factors contributed to their expansion. For personal reasons, especially during the colonial era and early nineteenth century, slaveowners manumitted (freed) slaves by last will and testament.
North Carolina slaves and free persons of color: Hyde and Beaufort counties / William L. Byrd III, John H. Smith. Recommended Reading: North Carolinians in the Era of the Civil War and Reconstruction (The University of North Carolina Press). Description: Although North Carolina was a "home front" state rather than a battlefield state for most of the Civil War, it was heavily involved in the Confederate war effort and experienced many conflicts as a result.
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REVISED CODE--No. SLAVES AND FREE PERSONS OF COLOR. AN ACT Concerning Slaves and Free Persons of Color. c s 1 Negroes &c. imported contrary to act of Congress to be sold for the use of the State.
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North Carolina Slaves And Free Persons Of Color: Chowan County, Volume I/5(2). Slaves and Free Persons of Color. An Act Concerning Slaves and Free Persons of Color.
by North Carolina. North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color: Iredell County [Charles III, William L.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. North 1/5(2). Colonial Tax Lists, Virginia personal property tax lists, Census, and Court Records for Delaware, Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennesse and Virginia Includes a list of taxable free persons of color in Virginia from to about Latest Updates: Fairfax County, Norfolk City and Orange County personal protperty tax lists.
In the yearaccording to the same authority, there were in the state of North Carolinawhite people,slaves, free colored people. Inthe white population of the state wasslavesfree colored people, 30, North Carolina slaves and free persons of color by William L.
Byrd III; 9 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Freedmen, Genealogy, Court records, Registers. Free People of Color in North Carolina. We checked the University of Virginia Library Historical Census Browser to find that the census recordedpeople in North Carolina, of which. Get this from a library.
North Carolina slaves and free persons of color. [William L Byrd, III.; John H Smith, (Genealogist)].
In the yearaccording to the [federal census], there were in the state of North Carolinawhite people,slaves, free colored people. Inthe white population of the state wasslavesfree colored people, 30.
William L. Byrd is the author of North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), North Carolina G /5. Free people of color played an important role in the history of New Orleans and the southern area of La Louisiane, both when the area was controlled by the French and Spanish, and after acquisition by the United States as part of the Louisiana Purchase.
When French settlers and traders first arrived in these colonies, the men frequently took Native American women as their concubines or common. North Carolina slaves and free persons of color by William L. Byrd III,Heritage Books edition, in EnglishPages: Free African Americans of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland and Delaware Records Relating to Slavery, Free People of Color and Freedman Free Blacks in the Antebellum Period.
Perhaps the strangest law passed in North Carolina before and during the Civil War was a law that the General Assembly passed in allowing all free persons of color to choose their own masters and become slaves. Get this from a library. North Carolina slaves and free persons of color: McDowell County.
[William L Byrd, III.; John H Smith, (Genealogist)]. Against the Peace and Dignity of the State: North Carolina Laws Regarding Slaves, Free Persons of Color, and Indians Regular price $ An Annotated Digest of Will Book A Guilford County, North Carolina, May Court North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color: Perquimans County - William L Byrd III.
These pages contain a wealth of information transcribed from obscure and fragile, original documents housed at the North Carolina State Archives. Every attempt has been made to. NORTH CAROLINA GENERAL ASSEMBLY SESSIONS RECORDS: SLAVES AND FREE PERSONS OF COLOR, by William L.
Byrd III and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at North Carolina: Pasquotank: Slaves and Free Persons of Color: Pasquotank County - William L. Byrd III. B R B. Free People of Color – by County – Federal Census.
The entries below have been taken from transcriptions of the Federal Census for several eastern North Carolina counties.
The notes in the right column correlate to the county/family names to the left. as well as any surnames that appear as “Other Free” on the North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color: Chowan County, Volume 1 William L. Byrd No preview available - North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color: Burke, Lincoln, and Rowan.North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color: Chowan County, Volume Two: William L.
Byrd, III: Heritage Books: Available at Chowan College - The Campus History Series: Frank Stephenson: Arcadia Publishing: Available at Edenton and Chowan County, North Carolina - Images of America: Louis Van Camp: Arcadia.