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Born a Slave

Subjects
Genealogy
Age Group
For adults

 

Presenter
David Jackson
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His family has been identified as Caucasian for five generations; but after more than 30 years of genealogical research, local historian David W. Jackson discovered his great-great-grandfather was born a slave. Jackson traces the path that led him to this revelation and how his experience could offer insights to other genealogy researchers.

 

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