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At 5:49 PM +0000 6/22/99, Marianne Briggs wrote:
>For a college paper I'm writing, I'd be interested in any input
>concerning sources, primary and secondary, on slavery and the lives of
>free African Americans  during the period  till about 1830 in the
>Schenectady/Schenectady County/ greater Capital District/ Hudson Valley
>region of New York state.

A book that is not directly related but might help is:

Churches of Brooklyn by Clarence Taylor [The Columbia History of Urban
Life, 1994].


regards
m

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