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If the records are online, the map provides the appropriate links.The maps list the Freedmen’s Bureau field offices, contraband camps, Freedmen’s Bureau hospitals, Freedman’s Savings Bank branches and locations of United States Colored Troops (USCT) battles. [Mapping the Freedmen’s Bureau] shows the location of all the Freedmen’s Savings Bank branches.
The Bureau generated a considerable number of records that can now be used by genealogists.The indexes can be searched by first name, middle name, last name and location. [South Africa Voter Lists] If you know of new online genealogy records that we may have missed then please send us an email at [email protected] can include genealogy records from anywhere in the world and in any language.Please include a link to the new records in your email.Comment: Since he cashed up, Gareth Morgan has become a wilful idiot in attaching himself to half-baked topics such as man-made global warming and killing cats.This is the latest of his fumbling attempts to find some relevance.The Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands (or Freedmen’s Bureau in short) was a federal government agency set up after the end of the US Civil War to aid freed slaves.
The Bureau’s job was to help solve many of the everyday issues encountered by newly freed slaves.
By clicking on a specific location, it will direct you towards the appropriate records for that branch. Notice how this deposit information form for the Freedmen’s Savings Bank provides a considerable amount of useful information.
Included in a typical record is such information as marital status, names of children, name of mother, place of birth, current residence and occupation.
I’ve even noticed that Arden appears to be wearing a white robe in her new bill boards!
Self-appointed guru Gareth Morgan bought into human-induced global warming in an earlier book and his current work on the Treaty of Waitangi shows him as a devotee of the make-it-up-as-you-go-along biculturalism that is the defining characteristic of New Zealand’s race gravy train.
At a time before national identification papers became available, this type of information was often collected by banks to prove the identification of an individual (similar to today when many websites ask for your mother’s maiden name as a security question).