eleven names project: recovering enslaved people of Massachusetts
Primus Slocum was a Black veteran in a pioneering Revolutionary War unit who became a key ancestor to contemporary Seaconke Wampanoag people.
Rethink what you believe about slavery and the South Shore.
Meet the enslaved and indigenous people of colonial Abington, Massachusetts.
Stories of early black life in Norwell, Massachusetts
Deyaha Moussa was a Muslim kidnapped in West Africa and witnessed the Haitian Revolution combust. So how did he end up in Mattapan?
Yes, the Dudleys were slaveholders.
Black life in Slavery-era Plymouth County as seen through the courts
Cato Hanker was kidnapped in Africa, grew up in Framingham, and served in the French and Indian War and the Revolution.
The Eleven Names Project is an independent digital research project first published by Wayne Tucker on August 22, 2021.
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