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Mr. Reuben Sims is the only documented lynching victim in Baldwin County, Alabama between 1877 to 1950.
Since he was the “only one” I wanted to try to find out a little more about the circumstances surrounding his lynching. Mr. Reuben Sims’ lynching made it in to newspapers across the country.
Below are some articles I found relating to Mr. Reuben Sims’ murder.
Season 5 of Finding Your Roots premieres tomorrow January 8th. Check out the preview below.
Oral History: A collection of family stories told by a member of the family or by a close family friend. You can transcribe an oral history onto paper, or video or tape-record it. Oral histories often yield stories and information you won’t find written in records. (Definition from familytreemagazine.com)
Salt Lake City here we come! I will be in Salt Lake City with the amazingly talented BlackProGen LIVE members. This will be my first time attending and I am really excited, I will be sure to take pictures and post them on the blog.
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Be sure to watch webisode 35 Tuesday, June 20th: People of color communities thrive on social and community interaction. Learn about the history of religious, fraternal, and benevolent groups and how they can add to you already existing genealogy and family history research.