Category Archives: African American History

The Truth About Memorial Day

According to oral history this holiday existed predating the Civil War. It goes all the back to Colonial times. It was not about military remembrance. It was the day one remembered deceased relatives as a whole not military. Veteran Day … Continue reading

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Barracoon: The Story of the Last Black Cargo

This is a reblog- Here is the book that was released May 8th, I think. I strongly believes this man’s account is what was used to find the schooner Clotilda which was the last known U.S. slave ship to bring … Continue reading

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The Last Slave Ship Survivor Gave an Interview in the 1930s. Interviewed by Zora Neale Hurston.

So much history was lost, hidden and even deliberately destroyed during and after slavery in America. But Ms. Hurston was able to capture this account before the death of the last survivor. The descendants of the Africans who were forcibly … Continue reading

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~ Trapped~

There’s no URL for this book yet but the good news is that my publisher is allowing this one to be a free Ebook.  I hope the editing is completed by the summer. It’s a time travel story of how … Continue reading

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Tuskegee Army Nurses-Heroines

After reading the stories of these brave women’ history I must say they lived truly remarkable lives. They may not had been the famed fighter pilots but their contributions were no less heroic. What makes it so heroic is they … Continue reading

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Uncle Nearest-Nathan Green

The site where this is found asks you are you of legal drinking age. If not then here’s the story. Way back in LYNCHBURG, TENNESSEE, the name Nearest Green has always meant something special. His birth name was Nathan Green, … Continue reading

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How Jack Daniel’s Whiskey is a part of Black History Month

It has been proven that a slave by the name of Nearest Green in Lynchsburg Tennessee is who actually distilled the world famous Jack Daniel’s Whiskey not Jack Daniels. But a 150 years ago there was no way for this … Continue reading

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The Wild Mardis Gras

In the gulf area of the south Mardis Gras and  Fat Tuesday (which as a kid, I thought was the day everyone mysteriously became fat on this particular odd Tuesday. Don’t worry, by age five I was corrected by my grandparents) … Continue reading

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Happy Story. 67 years of Marriage. True Love.

In a contribute and commencement to two events in one month. St. Valentine’s Day and Black History month. The Smithsonian is perhaps one  of the last places one would think to look to find a story about true love. The … Continue reading

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