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Zumbi (Alagoas, 1655 — 20 de novembro de 1695) foi o último dos líderes do Quilombo dos Palmares. Dia 20 de Novembro - Dia da Consciência Negra é…
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The estate inventory of Nathaniel Heyward, filed in June of 1851, lists the names of 1,648 enslaved ancestors on 15 plantations in Charleston, Colleton…
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The estate inventory of Lucretia Radcliffe, made in Dec 1821, lists the names of 277 slaves on three plantations in St. Bartholomews Parish, Colleton…
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The lives of four men and their families were forever changed on a hot Thursday morning of August 9th, 1923 in Ketchum, Craig County, Oklahoma during a…
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