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Colored paths: historic community research for the accurate identification and documentation of historically significant information pertaining to African slaves and their descendants : burial places of African slaves and their descendants including traditional recollections, census reports, photos : documented in the County of Warren, 1989 and 1991 at Wesley-Smith United Methodist Church, old and new cemetery grounds, 201 Highway J, Wright City, Missouri 63390

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The Church,
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c1992.
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subject_facetAfrican Americans -- Missouri -- Warren County -- Genealogy
Registers of births, etc. -- Missouri -- Warren County
Slaves -- Missouri -- Warren County -- Registers
Warren County (Mo.) -- Genealogy
title_displayColored paths : historic community research for the accurate identification and documentation of historically significant information pertaining to African slaves and their descendants : burial places of African slaves and their descendants including traditional recollections, census reports, photos : documented in the County of Warren, 1989 and 1991 at Wesley-Smith United Methodist Church, old and new cemetery grounds, 201 Highway J, Wright City, Missouri 63390
title_fullColored paths : historic community research for the accurate identification and documentation of historically significant information pertaining to African slaves and their descendants : burial places of African slaves and their descendants including traditional recollections, census reports, photos : documented in the County of Warren, 1989 and 1991 at Wesley-Smith United Methodist Church, old and new cemetery grounds, 201 Highway J, Wright City, Missouri 63390
title_shortColored paths
title_subhistoric community research for the accurate identification and documentation of historically significant information pertaining to African slaves and their descendants : burial places of African slaves and their descendants including traditional recollections, census reports, photos : documented in the County of Warren, 1989 and 1991 at Wesley-Smith United Methodist Church, old and new cemetery grounds, 201 Highway J, Wright City, Missouri 63390
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Registers of births, etc
Slaves