Links to county and other informational sites of POC in Missouri

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Links to county and other informational sites
of
P.O.C. in Missouri
African-American
&
Missouri American Indian Websites

Other states are vital in tracing ancestry from Missouri to the state of origin in the earlier days of settlement.

Other States

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1850 Census images- Slave Owners -all counties
images only, not indexed

Andrew County
Atchison County
Adair 1850 Slave Schedule onsite under census

Audrain County
Lincoln School at Vandalia, Mo photo and information about school

Barry County
Barton County
Bates County
Benton County
Bollinger County

Benton County
Benton County 1868 Tax Assessment List
Benton County 1876 State Census and Part Two

Boone County
Prices of Negroes hired and sold in 1859
A list of some slave sales in 1864
Boone County MOGenWeb Af-A pages
United States Colored Civil War Veterans Resting at Columbia Cemetery, Columbia, Boone Co., Missouri
John William Boone aka "Blind" Boone. He was one of Missouris' three famous Ragtime composers and piano players along side with Scott Joplin (from Sedalia) and James Scott (of Kansas City)
Misc Material at Boone County

Buchanan County
Butler County
Caldwell County

Callaway County:
Callaway County Slave Census Schedules {partial}
Slavery in Missouri & Little Dixie and Post-Slavery Development page includes Callaway County "Colored Marriages"
Historic Black Churches in Callaway County map of locations

Camden County
Cape Girardeau County
Carroll County
Carter County
Cass County
Cedar County Marriages onsite new

Chariton County
1860 Slave Owner Schedules

Christian County
Clark County

Clay County
Clay County Slave Owners and Slaves

Clinton County
Mt. Washingtom Cem. Plattsburg

Cole County
William Elliott's Will

Cooper County 1860 Census Slave Schedules Part One Part Two - Missouri Slave Data

Crawford County Marriages onsite new
Dade County Marriages onsite new

Daviess County
Lock Springs Cemetery

Greene County
Black Families of the Ozarks frm the Springfield Library

Franklin County
Franklin Co., Mo. "Colored Marriages" at Lost Americans web

Henry County-
Antioch Cemetery
Sardis South Cemetery Antioch Cemetary at Lost Americans web

Holt County

Howard County-
{Roanoke area}
Excavations at Little Africa - A Missouri Freedmen's Community

Jasper County
1850 Jasper County Slave Schedule

Jefferson County
Mt. Zion Cemetery Festus

Lawrence County
1860 Slave Schedule Census Records

Livingston County
"North" African-American Cemetery at Lost Americans web

Madison County
will of Isham Harrison - petition to court for freedom Lost Americans web

McDonald County
1860 Slave Schedule scroll down

Miller County
Miller Co Slave Owners 1859 -
Missouri Slave Data

Marion County
Hannibal's Old Baptist Cemetery

Montgomery County Marriages coming soon onsite

Monroe County-MOGenWeb
Settlement of Shake Rag (1)
Settlement of Shake Rag (2)
Father Augustine Tolton First Black Priest
The first Negro School
Known Graves of Slaves in Monroe County

Morgan County
Morgan County 1870 Census Data-
Missouri Slave Data

Pettis County
Baptist African Cemetery, Praire Township

Phelps County
Phelps County 1876 Colored Census-
Missouri Slave Data

Saline County
Will of Asa Finley, disposition of slaves Lost Americans web

Schuyler County

St.Charles
Membership of the First Presbyterian Church scroll down to # 102, 117 - 123, 134-139, 167, 172,

St.Clair
1850 Slave Schedule
1860 Slave Schedule

Ste. Genevieve
African-Americans in Ste. Gen, Co., + the Andre Family

St. Louis and St. Louis Metro and County
Sankofa's African Slave Genealogy this website has extensive links to other states as well as Missouri

Stone County part of
Black Families of the Ozarks

Warren County
1850 Slave Owners Schedule
a work in progress

Stone County part of
Black Families of the Ozarks

Warren County
1850 Slave Owners Schedule
a work in progress

Washington County
Trinity & Colored Cemeteries, Washington County, MO
Washington Co., MO. Colored Marriages at Lost Americans Web

Wayne County
Webster County
Worth County

Wright County
1850 Slave Owner Schedules
includes 1850 Mortality Schedule

MISSOURI LINKS

Number One MO. African-American site is  Traci L. Wilson-Kleekamp's
Missouri Slave Data
note: some census information is in WORD format and you will have to open / download the information
Missouri Resources

Access Genealogy Missouri AA page- generally the same links as on this page.


Some Outstanding Black Personalities

Slavery In Missouri

The African-American Presence in Missouri

Missouri Compromise


The Role of the Negro in Missouri History 1719 – 1970
Contents below


St. Louis Based

Message Boards and Mail Lists:

Mail List

afrigeneas at Mississippi State


County Websites below
Missouri Counties with P.O.C. Information
Any thing not linked is accessible though Traci's site

 

1850 Census images- Slave Owners -all counties
images only, not indexed

Andrew County
Atchison County
Adair 1850 Slave Schedule onsite under census

Audrain County
Lincoln School at Vandalia, Mo photo and information about school

Barry County
Barton County
Bates County
Benton County
Bollinger County

Benton County
Benton County 1868 Tax Assessment List
Benton County 1876 State Census and Part Two

Boone County
Prices of Negroes hired and sold in 1859
A list of some slave sales in 1864
Boone County MOGenWeb Af-A pages
United States Colored Civil War Veterans
Resting at Columbia Cemetery, Columbia, Boone Co.,Missouri
John William Boone aka "Blind" Boone. He was one of Missouris' three famous Ragtime composers and piano players along side with Scott Joplin (from Sedalia) and James Scott (of Kansas City)
Misc Material at Boone County

Buchanan County
Butler County
Caldwell County

Callaway County:
Callaway County Slave Census Schedules {partial}
Slavery in Missouri & Little Dixie and Post-Slavery Development ipage ncludes Callaway County "Colored Marriages"

Camden County
Cape Girardeau County
Carroll County
Carter County
Cass County
Cedar County

Chariton County
1860 Slave Owner Schedules

Christian County
Clark County

Clay County
Clay County Slave Owners and Slaves

Clinton County
Mt. Washingtom Cem. Plattsburg

Cole County
William Elliott's Will

Cooper County 1860 Census Slave Schedules Part One Part Two - Missouri Slave Data

Crawford County

Dade County

Daviess County
Lock Springs Cemetery

Greene County
Black Families of the Ozarks frm the Springfield Library

Franklin County
Franklin Co., Mo. "Colored Marriages" at Lost Americans web

Henry County-
Antioch Cemetery
Sardis South Cemetery Antioch Cemetary at Lost Americans web

Holt County

Howard County-
{Roanoke area}
Excavations at Little Africa - A Missouri Freedmen's Community

Jasper County
1850 Jasper County Slave Schedule

Jefferson County
Mt. Zion Cemetery Festus

Lawrence County
1860 Slave Schedule Census Records

Livingston County
"North" African-American Cemetery at Lost Americans web

Madison County
will of Isham Harrison - petition to court for freedom Lost Americans web

McDonald County
1860 Slave Schedule scroll down

Miller County
Miller Co Slave Owners 1859 -
Missouri Slave Data

Marion County
Hannibal's Old Baptist Cemetery

Montgomery County Marriages coming soon onsite

Monroe County-MOGenWeb
Settlement of Shake Rag (1)
Settlement of Shake Rag (2)
Father Augustine Tolton First Black Priest
The first Negro School
Known Graves of Slaves in Monroe County

Morgan County
Morgan County 1870 Census Data-
Missouri Slave Data

Pettis County
Baptist African Cemetery, Praire Township

Phelps County
Phelps County 1876 Colored Census-
Missouri Slave Data

Saline County
Will of Asa Finley, disposition of slaves Lost Americans web

Schuyler County

St.Charles
Membership of the First Presbyterian Church scroll down to # 102, 117 - 123, 134-139, 167, 172,

Ste. Genevieve
African-Americans in Ste. Gen, Co., + the Andre Family

St. Louis and St. Louis Metro and County
Sankofa's African Slave Genealogy this website has extensive links to other states as well as Missouri

Stone County part of
Black Families of the Ozarks

Warren County
1850 Slave Owners Schedule
a work in progress

Stone County part of
Black Families of the Ozarks

Warren County
1850 Slave Owners Schedule
a work in progress

Washington County
Trinity & Colored Cemeteries, Washington County, MO
Washington Co., MO. Colored Marriages at Lost Americans Web

Wayne County
Webster County
Worth County

Wright County
1850 Slave Owner Schedules
includes 1850 Mortality Schedule