My never ending Bibliography

Bibliography for researching

Joyceann Gray –

  1. Ailes, J., & Tyler-McGraw, M. (2011, December 1). “Leaving Virginia for and Marie Tyler-McGraw. “Jefferson County to Liberia: Emigrants, Emancipators, and Facilitators.” Jefferson County Historical Society, 43-76.
  2. Library of Congress..
  3. Antebellum Period. (n.d.). History Net: Where History Comes Alive. Retrieved July 27, 2014, from
  4. Burton, A. L., Delaney, L. A., & Drumgoold, K. (2006). Women’s slave narratives. Mineola, NY: Dover Publications.
  5. Caldwell, A. B., ed. History of the American Negro vol. 7: West Virginia Edition. Atlanta: A. B. Caldwell Pub. Co., 1923.
  6. Drew, B. (2004). Refugees from slavery: autobiographies of fugitive slaves in Canada. Mineola, N.Y.: Dover Publications.
  7. HAMILTON HATTER. (n.d.). HAMILTON HATTER. Retrieved July 30, 2014, from
  8. Jacobs, H. A., Child, L. M., & Yellin, J. F. (1987). Incidents in the life of a slave girl: written by herself. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press.
  9. Meraji, S., & Dem, G. (n.d.). The Whitest Historically Black College In America. NPR. Retrieved July 30, 2014, from
  10. Robbins, A. C., & Robbins, J. L. (1983). Legacy to Buxton. North Buxton, Ont., Canada: A.C. Robbins. (Original work published 1983)
  11. Stith, F. M. (1973). Sunrises and sunsets for freedom. New York: Vantage Press.
  12. The Year in Review: 1863. (n.d.). Daily Report. Retrieved August 10, 2014, from
  13. Tobin, J., & Jones, H. (2007). From Midnight to Dawn: the last tracks of the Underground Railroad. New York: Doubleday.
  14. Johnson, Mary “Hamilton Hatter.” e-WV: The West Virginia Encyclopedia. 30 November 2012. Web. 08 November 2014.
  15. History of the American Negro and his institutions / edited by A. B. Caldwell. – Original ed. – Atlanta, Ga. : A. B. Caldwell Pub. Co., 1917. – 7 v. : ill. E185.96 C14 Contents: Vols. 1-2. Georgia ed. – v. 3. South Carolina ed. ­v. 4. North Carolina ed. – v. 5. Virginia ed. – v. 6. Washington, D.C. ed. – v. 7. West Virginia ed.
  16. Year: 1870; Census Place: Grant, Jefferson, West Virginia; Roll: M593_1689; Page: 524A; Image: 473; Family History Library Film: 553188
  17. Year: 1880; Census Place: Dan River, Pittsylvania, Virginia; Roll: 1384; Family History Film: 1255384; Page:163D; Enumeration District: 168
  18. West Virginia, Marriages Index, 1785-1971 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., 2011.
  19. Year: 1881; Census Place: Raleigh, Kent, Ontario; Roll: C_13278; Page: 35; Family No: 163
  20.  American Antiquarian Society. 2004.
  21. Year: 1900; Census Place: Overton, Dawson, Nebraska; Roll: 922; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 0093; FHL microfilm: 1240922
  22. Census – US Federal 1860 at Fold3
  23. West Virginia, Compiled Census Index, 1860-1890 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations Inc, 1999.
  24. USGenWeb Archives – census wills deeds genealogy. (n.d.). Retrieved from
  25. WEB Document Inquiry. (n.d.). Retrieved February 16, 2015, from
  26. WVGES Geology: History of West Virginia Salt Industry. (2014, July 19). Retrieved February 12, 2015, from
  27. EDWARDS, R., Friedfeld, J. K., & Wingo, R. S. (2019). HOMESTEADING THE PLAINS: Toward a new history. Lincoln, NE: UNIV OF NEBRASKA Press.
  28. Edwards, R. (2015). Natives of a dry place: Stories of Dakota before the oil boom. Pierre, SD: South Dakota Historical Society Press.
  29. Edwards, R., Eckstrom, M. B., Friefeld, J. K., University of Nebraska–Lincoln., & United States. (2019). Black homesteaders in the Great Plains.
  30. Messersmith, L. (2019). The river I stepped in yesterday. Kearney, NE: Morris.
  31. Cox, Anna-Lisa (2018). The bone and sinew of the land. PublicAffairs, New York, NY: Hachette Book Group
  32. DeWitty, D.M. (1997). Tulsa Tale of two cities: Greenwood. Langston, OK. Langston University

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