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  • Writer's pictureKellie Farrish

Louisiana Resources

United States Census Records, Church records, slave schedules (all records are free under "family search" and at cost if choosing the "ancestry" option) for the state of Louisiana:

U.S. African American Griots, Rootsweb Louisiana:

Louisiana Estate and Probate Files 1756-1984:

Genealogy Trails, Slave Deeds of Union Parish, Louisiana:

Henry Johnson's Sale of Enslaved Persons 1844-1851, The Georgetown Slavery Archives:

The New York Public Library, Slave Manifests and Auction Receipts, New Orleans, 1861 Invoices and Sales Slips for Slaves Purchased in Louisiana During the Civil War:

Slave Manifest for the Brig Orleans 4/27/1841--5/24/1841:

Slavery Collection, 1709-1864. Series VI, Manifests, 1812-1855:

Inward Slave Manifests Roll 12, 1837-1839:

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New York Slavery Records Index, Records of Enslaved Persons and Slave Holders in New York from 1525 through to the Civil War: Lehman College, Slavery Indexes-Ens

New Jersey Resources

History of Slavery in New Jersey, Wikipedia: African Amerian Ancestry Research in New Jersey, Family Search:

Mississippi Resources

Mississippi Probate Records, 1781-1930: Mississippi African American Ancestry Resources, Family Search:


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