Sunday, July 31, 2016
Wednesday, July 13, 2016
The Birmingham African American Genealogy Group
As we research our families we run across information that is hard to find sometimes.
I was out during the 4th of July I stumble across some original mining records. I am placing a few of them on this blog.
An Old Accident Books from one of the Pratt Mines.
Page in the Accident Books from the Hamilton Mine for a colored man name John Brown.
A colored man Robert Floyd was hurt in the Docena Mine.
There are records out there we just have to find them.
WELL until Next Time.........more Hunting.
The Black Belt Archives and the Marengo County History & Archives Museum
Your Paper Trail:
Bring 'Em Back to Life
July 21-23, 2016
The University of West Alabama Campus, Livingston
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