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There were millions of "white slaves" in early AMERICA, -why we're NOT allowed to remember it/care

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Created 24 Jan 2014 - 7 views this week (778 total)

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Captain John MCGINLEY, married a STETLER.

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Created 13 Oct 2009 - 6 views this week (500 total)

War of 1812-US, a couple Samuel LEWIS', one maybe the father of John H.

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Created 29 May 2009 - 5 views this week (586 total)

George W. BALLENGER, Jr., 1870 fed census, taken in DC.

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Created 09 Oct 2009 - 5 views this week (550 total)

Death notice of Maggie LARMAN-NORRIS daughter of Henry LARMAN. 1911

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Created 28 Mar 2011 - 5 views this week (430 total)

John H. (HENRY) LEWIS & his younger brother George Washington LEWIS.

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Created 19 Sep 2007 - 4 views this week (788 total)

Calvin Christopher Columbus Jackson NORRIS & Maggie or Margaret LARMAN. 79"

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Created 05 Sep 2008 - 4 views this week (1,244 total)

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Jacob STETLER in Montgomery Co., PA 1840.

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Created 04 Apr 2011 - 4 views this week (366 total)

Laurie Lynn MCCLOSKEY-HANDIBOE, & dau, Brittanny M. HANDIBOE Outer Banks, NC abt 1996

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Created 30 May 2011 - 4 views this week (395 total)

HANDEBO'S of Australia, "PENAL COLONY" & HANDIBOE'S of IRELAND 1830's US.

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Created 31 Jul 2008 - 3 views this week (1,713 total)

Margaret Estella LARMAN-LEWIS-LAWLOR b. January 1900. Washington DC, dec'd

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Created 15 Aug 2008 - 3 views this week (447 total)

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George W. BALLENGER dec'd 1916 in Washington DC.

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Created 30 Aug 2008 - 3 views this week (557 total)

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Allen Ellsworth LARMAN, b. abt May 1861, dec'd in DC age 46.

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Created 04 Jan 2009 - 3 views this week (522 total)

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John Henry LEWIS' last census, taken in Washington DC 1910, fed census.

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Created 08 Jan 2009 - 3 views this week (734 total)

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The little girl with the bow, is my mother. Marie Louise ELFERS-LEWIS.

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Created 09 Apr 2009 - 3 views this week (599 total)

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BISSETT'S travel record to HAITI.

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Created 12 Apr 2009 - 3 views this week (491 total)

Maryland Line Confederate soldiers. Interesting subject/

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Created 14 May 2009 - 3 views this week (575 total)

Brittanny Marie HANDIBOE at "senior Prom", 05/2009 in Anne Arundel Co., MD.

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Created 17 May 2009 - 3 views this week (614 total)

Office of the Postmaster General, Washington DC. 1959

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Created 14 Jul 2009 - 3 views this week (2,429 total)

A rare "tin" sent to me via email from a yvonne Elaine, c/w reseacher.

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Created 06 Sep 2010 - 3 views this week (644 total)

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