Tapestry: Black Family CT

By: James M. Rose, et el

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This is a fascinating book about the author's family as well as 16 other black families who were brought to Connecticut as slaves for the Puritans. Athought not all the families share a common ancestor, they do share common experiences. Rose tells their stories through records, letters, and photographs. Even if your family is one of the 17 profiled, the books is still a fascinating read. Families profiled are: Adam Rogers family, Wright family, Jacklin family, Jackson family, Bonham family, Freeman family, Cato family, Gideon family, Magira family, Moody family, Peters family, Hyde family, Mason family, Hallam family, Bush family, Beman family, and Lathrop family. 155 pages, indexed.

Title: Tapestry: Black Family CT

Author Name: James M. Rose, et el

Edition: originally published 1867

Location Published: New London, Ct, New London County Historical Society: 2004 reprint

Binding: soft cover beige

Book Condition: new

Size: 8.5 x 5.5

lbs: 0.50 lbs

Type: paperback

Categories: Connecticut, African American

Seller ID: gp9792

Keywords: allen, carter, connecticut, freeman, french indian war, jackson, new london, norwich, slaves, smith, stonington, taylor, wright