USA Today Publishes New Articles As Part Of Series, "1619: Searching for Answers"Breaking News
tags: slavery, Race, American History, 1619
The new articles include:
Tips to trace your family history beyond DNA tests, by Deborah Barfield Berry
I was writing about colonial America’s first enslaved Africans; I was stunned to find my ancestors, too., by Deborah Barfield Berry
How well do you know America's history with slavery? Take our quiz, Max Cohen and Jim Sergent
Hundreds of thousands of Africans were enslaved in America. Wanda Tucker believes her relatives were the first, Deborah Barfield Berry and Kelley Benham French
The founding family you’ve never heard of: The black Tuckers of Hampton, Virginia, Rick Hampson, and Deborah Barfield Berry
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