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Freeman in name only : the African American in colonial Farmington, Connecticut

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  • "Uses Israel Freeman as a case study to show the process by which the life of an African American can be researched; includes a checklist of African Americans who lived in Farmington, Conn. from the colonial period into the 19th century. Indicates that Peter Freeman was a black governor in 1780; also that during the American Revolution all but the officers of the Fourth Regiment of Connecticut Infantry were African Americans."

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  • "Freeman in name only : the African American in colonial Farmington, Connecticut"