At long last, the Journal of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society has come back! Articles featured in Volume 26, Issue 1 are:
Narrative of a Former Slave’s Recollection, by Patricia Carter Slubly
Register of Colored Persons of Smyth County, State of Virginia Cohabitating Together as Husband and Wife on 27th February 1866, by Jeff Weaver
George William Warfield (1837-1919) Ex-Slave and Civil War Veteran, by Carolyn Warfield
Fugitives from Enslavement as Abstracted from Price George’s County Commissioner of Slave Statistics, by Patsy Fletcher
“Sketch of the Life and Labors of Rev. Henry Highland Garnet” A Second Look, by Kathleen Vlesor, Ed.D
Finding Emma Pullen, by Debora Pullen Plunkett
Guilford Hervey and Descendants, by Jacqueline E. A. Lawson and Cynthia A. W. Wilson
Along with the above, a call for historical and genealogical papers to submit to the journal on the theme of “African American Lives in Context” as well as book reviews on The Segregated scholars: Black Social Scientists and the Creation of Black Labor Studies, 1890-1950, Francille Rusan Wilson (2006); and Clinging to Mammy: The Faithful Slave in Twentieth-Century America, Micki McElya (2007) are included.
It’s great to see the Journal back up and running again!