"Battle of Eutaw Springs,"engraved abt. 1859 South Carolina, September 8, 1781 Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Update: The North Carolina Continentals The last section I read of this book was Chapter 18, Eutaw Springs. There seems to hav...
Update: The North Carolina Continentals To date I am half-way through reading Chapter 17: South Carolina, 1781 . The author provides interesting details of military communications and actions, as well as the day-to-day affects of this prolonged war on our N...
It seems like it's only been a month or two since the Hyman Family Reunion in North Harlowe, Craven, NC...but that was in May 2015...and my last blog post on the white slave owner was written in July 2015. <SMH> While contemplating the genealogies of Luke S...
Craven County, North Carolina Record of Wills (Loose), 1760-1890 Will Book B: 287 - 288. Written 25 April 1807; proved December Term 1807 In the name of God, Amen. I THOMAS HYMAN of the County of Craven, give my wife PATSEY , during her life, one third par...
It's difficult to believe that it's already been a year since I went on hiatus . . . not from researching, but just from blogging. I am now more focused, more organized, and digging deeper through analysis, thanks to Thomas MacEntee's Genealogy Do-Over . I ...
Washington at Valley Forge E. Percy Moran, 1862-1935, artist Courtesy Library of Congress Update: The North Carolina Continentals Chapter 6, Valley Forge, 1777-1778 This chapter brings to light some answers to questions I had formed from working with a memb...
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About Me. My Photo. MAN: is the author of five books, What the Music Said: Black Popular Music and Black Public Culture (1998), Soul Babies: