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Resources for researching African American ancestors who lived in New Jersey.
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History of the New Jersey A.M.E. Church (online) - Morgan, Joseph H. Morgan's History of the New Jersey Conference of the A.M.E. Church, from 1872 to 1887, and of the several churches, as far as possible, from date of organization with biographical sketches of members of the conference.
- Wright, Giles R. Afro-Americans in New Jersey: A Short History. Trenton, New Jersey: New Jersey Historical Commission, 1988.
- Freedom Not Far Distant: a documentary history of Afro-Americans in New Jersey; a joint project of the New Jersey Historical Society and the New Jersey Historical Commission / compiled and edited by Clement Alexander Price. - Newark, NJ.: The Society, 1980. - xvii, 334 p. (the Collections of the New Jersey Historical Society; v. 16) E185.93 N54 F73 FHL 974.9 F2fn
- African American Experience in Monmouth County, 1700–1865 - Includes genealogical records and military information for New Jersey and Monmouth County.
- African-American Cemeteries Online: New Jersey
- New Jersey African American Griots - Griots are traditional historians, storytellers, and musicians.
- North Jersey History and Genealogy Center -Morristown Library
The Faces of Science: African American sin the Sciences
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