Notes and Documents of Free Persons of Color: Four Hundred Years of an American Families History
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Notes and documents is 294 pages, with Table of contents, Appendix, Bibliography, Endnotes, and Index. The book chronicles are of an African American Family who were designated as Free Persons of Color, in Colonial Virginia. They were Virginia's own Creole Population.
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