Alexander, Madison , Pulaski

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ILLINOIS AFRIGENEAS

Everyone is invited to provide information to be included at this site as long as it pertains to African Americans and one of the  Illinois. The goal of this site is to provide free historical and genealogical documents for each County.

Please consider donating any documents, pictures information you have to this site. Or if you would like to list your  surnames or  your website, just send me an  e-mail message. Visit often, as this site will be constantly modified..

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LINKS TO

ILLINOIS HISTORY

 

I hope you find the links to online data helpful in conducting your Illinois research.  Please note, not all of the links found on this page have data restricted to African-Americans.

 

 

LINKS AT THIS SITE

 

 Underground Railroad In Cairo Illinois

 

 

LINKS ON THE WEB

 

 

 1895 Map of Pulaski County

African American Women's Clubs in Illinois

The American Image: Portrait of Black Chicago

Illinois Underground Railroad Operators

ENJOY ILLINOIS - African American Heritage Guide

Historical Journal

The Illini Confederation

The Illinois History Resource Page

The Restoration Movement in Illinois
Reverse Underground Railroad

Slavery and a House Divided

Slavery In Illinois Jarrot vs. Jarrot

Southern Illinois History Page

Underground Railroad effort chugs along

Underground Railroad Stations

Underground Railroad Conductors In Illinois counties along the Mississippi River

 

LINKS TO ONLINE DATABASES

 

Database of Illinois Civil War Veterans

Database of Servitude and Emancipation Records (1722-1863)

Illinois Public Domain Land Tract Sales Database

Illinois Statewide Marriage Index

 

LINKS TO BOOKS ABOUT ILLINOIS 

AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY

 

The History of Negro Servitude in Illinois and of the Slavery Agitation in That State, 1719-1864 --

Speech of Mr. Cook, of Illinois, on the restriction of slavery in Missouri, delivered in the House of Representatives of the United States, February 4, 1820.

 

 

SLAVERY IN ILLINOIS

 

Slavery and a House Divided

Database of Servitude and Emancipation Records (1722-1863)

Commentary on Primary cause of civil war - SLAVES IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS....

INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF SLAVE ANCESTRY

Reverse Underground Railroad

Underground Railroad Stations

Underground Railroad Conductors In Illinois counties along the Mississippi River

 

 

COUNTY LINKS

ADAMS COUNTY

 

Dr. Richard Eells Historic Home : An Underground Railroad site, 415 Jersey Street, Quincy, Illinois

Preamble and Constitution of the Adams County Anti-Slavery

Society; Adams County Anti-Slavery Society

Quincy, Illinois - History

 

 

African Americans in Galesburg, Illinois

 

 

 

 

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Placed online: 13 September 1999 | Updated: 7 May 2001
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Deb Davis

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