Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Tuesday's Tip: No Land...Only Slaves!

If you are researching African-American ancestry in Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas, or Mississippi, you might want to check out the No Land…Only Slaves! series. These books contain slave records abstracted and indexed from deed books. I contacted one of the authors by email for more information. The following books have been published:

Volume 1:  Bossier Parish, Louisiana
Volume 2:  Claiborne Parish, Louisiana
Volume 3:  Caddo Parish, Louisiana
Volume 4:  Harrison, Hunt and Kaufman Counties, Texas
Volume 5:  DeSoto Parish, Louisiana
Volume 6:  Lafayette County, Arkansas
Volume 7:  Panola and Grayson Counties, Texas
Volume 8:  Bienville Parish, Louisiana
Volume 9:  Smith and McLennan Counties, Texas
Volume 10: Fannin County, Texas
Volume 11: Upshur and Ellis Counties, Texas
Volume 12: San Augustine County, Texas
Volume 13: Rusk County, Texas
Volume 14: Travis County, Texas
Volume 15: Cass County, Texas
Volume 16: Navarro County, Texas
Volume 17: Bastrop County, Texas
Volume 18: Hempstead County, Arkansas

Volumes for the following counties and parishes are in the works:

Nacogdoches County, Texas
Pontotoc County, Mississippi
Scott County, Mississippi
Lauderdale County, Mississippi
Madison County, Mississippi
Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana
Sevier County, Arkansas
Red River County, Texas
Lamar County, Texas

For more information, contact:

Slaves & More Bookstore
13215 Twin Oaks Drive
Balch Springs, Texas 75180

© 2012 Denise Spurlock, Ancestral Trees Research

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