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African American Genealogies from 1619 to the Present, Volume 2, like its predecessor, focuses on the little-known but richly-filled lives of African Americans in the United States and abroad. Families from the states of Arkansas, California, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia are al African American Genealogies from 1619 to the Present, Volume 2, like its predecessor, focuses on the little-known but richly-filled lives of African Americans in the United States and abroad. Families from the states of Arkansas, California, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia are all included. This book reveals some of the “firsts” in African American history that are still unknown. For example, the championship boxing trainer Danie E. “Dan” Washington, who was the first African American to be licensed as a trainer by the New York Boxing Commission, is featured. Washington trained several boxing legends, including Harry “Black Panther” Wills, Jack Dempsey, and Luis Angel Firpo. Also included are the Kenney family, African American educators from Ohio who were free before the Civil War erupted, and so much more. Volume 2 covers a number of different allied families, including, but not limited, to: Abernathy, Ambrose, Anderson, Antony, Beard, Bennett, Berryman, Blanks, Bouie, Boyd, Brannum, Britton, Brown, Bundy, Burnett, Byrd, Cable, Caldwell, Campbell, Cole, Cooley, Crockett, Davis, DeLassus, Duvall, Edison, Elam, Eulenberg, Fitzhugh, Franklin, Galleger, Grant, Green, Gross, Guy, Hopkins, Horner, Hunt, Hunty, Jenkins, Jennings, Johnson, Lambert, Lawson, Lee, Kenney, Kinney, Mack, Marton, McIntosh, Miller, Mitchell, Moore, Murphy, Nutt, Overton, Pickens, Penny, Reed, Richards, Sheppard, Simpson, Smith, Tanner, Thomas, Wade, Walker, Washington, Williams, Wills, Wilson, and Young.


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African American Genealogies from 1619 to the Present, Volume 2, like its predecessor, focuses on the little-known but richly-filled lives of African Americans in the United States and abroad. Families from the states of Arkansas, California, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia are al African American Genealogies from 1619 to the Present, Volume 2, like its predecessor, focuses on the little-known but richly-filled lives of African Americans in the United States and abroad. Families from the states of Arkansas, California, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia are all included. This book reveals some of the “firsts” in African American history that are still unknown. For example, the championship boxing trainer Danie E. “Dan” Washington, who was the first African American to be licensed as a trainer by the New York Boxing Commission, is featured. Washington trained several boxing legends, including Harry “Black Panther” Wills, Jack Dempsey, and Luis Angel Firpo. Also included are the Kenney family, African American educators from Ohio who were free before the Civil War erupted, and so much more. Volume 2 covers a number of different allied families, including, but not limited, to: Abernathy, Ambrose, Anderson, Antony, Beard, Bennett, Berryman, Blanks, Bouie, Boyd, Brannum, Britton, Brown, Bundy, Burnett, Byrd, Cable, Caldwell, Campbell, Cole, Cooley, Crockett, Davis, DeLassus, Duvall, Edison, Elam, Eulenberg, Fitzhugh, Franklin, Galleger, Grant, Green, Gross, Guy, Hopkins, Horner, Hunt, Hunty, Jenkins, Jennings, Johnson, Lambert, Lawson, Lee, Kenney, Kinney, Mack, Marton, McIntosh, Miller, Mitchell, Moore, Murphy, Nutt, Overton, Pickens, Penny, Reed, Richards, Sheppard, Simpson, Smith, Tanner, Thomas, Wade, Walker, Washington, Williams, Wills, Wilson, and Young.

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