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The Irish / British Genealogy Group Message Board › Finding Adam - Historian's Research on Adam Jackson, A Slave in New London, CT

Finding Adam - Historian's Research on Adam Jackson, A Slave in New London, CT

user 13203032
Brooklyn, NY
Post #: 46
This is not related to Irish genealogy per se, but thought it might be of interest as it discusses the journey a historian's research took when she discovered the New Englander she was investigating actually owned a slave named Adam Jackson. "Finding Adam" was published in The Chronicle of Higher Education, April 8, 2013. If the link I am attaching does not work (I always have trouble with links on this site) and you are interested in reading this, please check The Chronicle for the article.­
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