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A Complete Record Of The John Olin Family

Author : Chauncey C. Olin
ISBN : 0559390092
Genre : History
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This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience. We believe this work is culturally important and have elected to bring the book back into print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide.
Category: History

Biographical Sketches And Records Of The Ezra Olin Family

Author : George Sheldon Nye
ISBN : WISC:89069271567
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John Olin was born about 1686, and emigrated from Wales to East Greenwich, Rhode Island about 1700. He married Susanah Spencer in 1708, and died in 1725 in Newport, Rhode Island.
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A Fluid Frontier

Author : Karolyn Smardz Frost
ISBN : 9780814339602
Genre : Social Science
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As the major gateway into British North America for travelers on the Underground Railroad, the U.S./Canadian border along the Detroit River was a boundary that determined whether thousands of enslaved people of African descent could reach a place of freedom and opportunity. In A Fluid Frontier: Slavery, Resistance, and the Underground Railroad in the Detroit River Borderland, editors Karolyn Smardz Frost and Veta Smith Tucker explore the experiences of the area’s freedom-seekers and advocates, both black and white, against the backdrop of the social forces—legal, political, social, religious, and economic—that shaped the meaning of race and management of slavery on both sides of the river. In five parts, contributors trace the beginnings of and necessity for transnational abolitionist activism in this unique borderland, and the legal and political pressures, coupled with African Americans’ irrepressible quest for freedom, that led to the growth of the Underground Railroad. A Fluid Frontier details the founding of African Canadian settlements in the Detroit River region in the first decades of the nineteenth century with a focus on the strong and enduring bonds of family, faith, and resistance that formed between communities in Michigan and what is now Ontario. New scholarship offers unique insight into the early history of slavery and resistance in the region and describes individual journeys: the perilous crossing into Canada of sixteen-year-old Caroline Quarlls, who was enslaved by her own aunt and uncle; the escape of the Crosswhite family, who eluded slave catchers in Marshall, Michigan, with the help of others in the town; and the international crisis sparked by the escape of Lucie and Thornton Blackburn and others. With a foreword by David W. Blight, A Fluid Frontier is a truly bi-national collection, with contributors and editors evenly split between specialists in Canadian and American history, representing both community and academic historians. Scholars of the Underground Railroad as well as those in borderland studies will appreciate the interdisciplinary mix and unique contributions of this volume.
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Elder John Gorton And The Six Principle Baptist Church Of East Greenwich Rhode Island

Author : Cherry Fletcher Bamberg
ISBN : WISC:89096709001
Genre : East Greenwich (R.I.)
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Record of sermons, records of members, marriages performed and miscellaneous church records kept by John Gorton in East Greenwich and Warwick, Rhode Island. Includes brief genealogy of John Gorton's family. John Gorton was born 22 April 1723. His parents were Samuel Gorton and Elizabeth Greene. He married Rhoda Bowen (1726-1781), daughter of Daniel Bowen and Priscilla Vinton, in 1746 in Scituate, Massachusetts. They had nine children.
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Nexus

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Nehgs Nexus

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ISBN : UOM:39015013973378
Genre : New England
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Kilpatrick And Allied Families

Author : Edward Floyd Kilpatrick
ISBN : WISC:89061974176
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Jesse Kilpatrick (1768-1853) was born in New Jersey and lived in Monmouth County, New Jersey in early adulthood. Descendants and relatives lived in New Jersey, New York, New England, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and elsewhere.
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Descendants Of The Elder Richard Champney Of Cambridge Massachusetts

Author : Virginia Hewitt Watterson
ISBN : WISC:89066096868
Genre : Massachusetts
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Richard Champney was born about 1600 in England. He married Jane in England. They emigrated from England 1635 and settled in Massachu- setts. He died 1669 in Cambridge, Mass. They had eight children. Includes descendants of John Champney (d. before 1650), a brother of Richard. He came to America at the same time with Richard 1635. His wife was Joanna, and they had three children. She died ca. 1675. Descendants live in Massachusetts, New York, Ohio, New Hampshire, Illinois and elsewhere.
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