NEW MILFORD HISTORY
NEW MILFORD'S BLACKS





IN THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION




Emancipation Records

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

8 1/2 x 11" ~ 30-page booklet

New Milford, Connecticut, Records of
Births, Marriages and Deaths
— Volumes H-K ~ 1879-1902 —
(with every name index)

8 1/2 x 11" ~ 721-page booklet
N E W !
Alphabetical listing of over
1,000 out-of-town visitors to the
New Milford Bicentennial Celebration
held June 15 - 18, 1907

8 1/2 x 11" ~ 37-page booklet

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

8 1/2 x 11" ~ 175-page booklet

NEW MILFORD MINORITY SURNAMES

    According to U.S. Census/
    New Milford Vital Records
    (1707 - 1940)

Peagler
Negro
Perryman
Negro
Peet
mulatto; black
Pennywell
Negro
Pernette
black
Peters
mulatto
Philips/Phillips
colored; mulatto; black; c (a); Indian
Pine
black
Powell
black
Powers
mulatto

New Milford, Connecticut's
African Americans
in the American Civil War

8 1/2 x 11" ~ 79-page booklet
NEW MILFORD'S BLACKS  IN THE CIVIL WAR
(1861 - 1865)