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Black Heritage in Arkansas

The first known evidence of the presence of African ancestored people in Arkansas comes from the 18th century, where a few settlers accompanied by a handful of slaves settled in an area referred to often as Arkansas Post.

Blacks in the 1900 census Cleburne County

African Ancestry in Arkansas

Arkansas Freedmen of the Frontier
The African American Experience in NW Arkansas

Arkansas Slave Bill of Sale

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