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Notes And Documents of Free Persons of Color: Four Hundred Years of An American Family's History Paperback – June 23, 2011

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Although Notes And Documents of Free Persons of Color began as a Family history project, it has become much more. The book contains historical documents, Military Rosters, transcriptions of Deeds, and much more. The saga begins in 1950's Pennsylvania and winds backwards through Colonial Virginia.

This is the true story of Virginia's own Creole Population.

About the Author

Ms. Wills, is a published author, lecturer, and genealogy researcher. She was born in Coatesville Pennsylvania, and currently resides in Northern California. She is the mother of four children, and the grandmother of four. Her writing career began with the gathering of documentation for her maternal line. This is her first full length book, one which took over twenty years to research, and compile.

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Author Anita Wills was born in Pennsylvania, and is a resident of Northern California. She is the Author of four books, Pieces of the Quilt: The Mosaic of An African American Family, and Notes and Documents of Free Persons of Color, including Revised Edition,and Black Minqua The Life and Times of Henry Green She is also a Genealogy Researcher and Speaker. Over a period of twenty year she researched and documented Family History's, and in 2003 released Notes and Documents of Free Persons of Color. A Presentation of Notes and Documents of Free Persons of Color, aired on C-Span's Book TV, in September of 2005. The Author also host a Talk Show, Anita Talks Genealogy, on Blog Talk Radio.

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