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  New Milford Connecticut's African Americans in the American Civil War (1861 - 1865)

An 8½ x 11, 79-page booklet (plastic comb binding).


 
Emancipation Records

Twenty-four (24) transcriptions of freedom deeds for New Milford slaves (1756-1810) from town records.

8½ x 11, 30-page booklet, available in print or pdf form.


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NEW MILFORD'S BLACKS
Bennington Flag
IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
 
   
  NEW MILFORD MINORITY SURNAMES
Peagler Negro
Perryman Negro
Peet mulatto; black
Pennywell Negro
Pernette black
Peters mulatto
  Philips/Phillips colored; mulatto; black; c (a); Indian
  according to U.S. Census/
New Milford Vital Records
1707 - 1930
 
Pine black
  Powell black
    Powers mulatto
 

NEW MILFORD'S BLACKS
Civil War symbol
IN THE CIVIL WAR

New Milford household records from the 1880 U.S. Federal Census

8½ x 11, 175 page booklet
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Alphabetical listing of over 1,000 out-of-town visitors to the
New Milford Bicentennial Celebration
held June 15 - 18, 1907
.

An 8½ x 11, 37 page booklet.

Available in print or pdf form.
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