Proposed Adjustment and Recovery Act - Submitted Mar 23, 2020 to District of Columbia Board of Elections
References and Resources for Writing Legislation
Why Recovery legislation is Necessary and Reasonable.
Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome,by Dr. Joy DeGruy, to see her video on YouTube click
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DC Legislative Drafting Manual 2014 Edition for DC
Contacting U.S. Senators
District of Columbia Council Members
Designing Compensation Programs
This publication may be helpful: Designing Compensation Programs for Individuals and Households After Man-Made and Natural Disasters in the United States" See pages 34-38 and for list of "Experts" on pdf page 77 (Book page 61 ), Kenneth R. Feinberg seems to be mentioned frequently.
Determining Ancestry Resources
Determining if someone is a descendant of American slaves resources
Slave Owners and Entities Profiting from Slavery
List of slave holders/slave owners and slaves in 1864 Paid for emancipation in Washington DC area.
Original Letter from the Secretary of the Treasury 1864 of the above
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Companies and Organizations Benefiting from Slavery
Compensated Emancipation in the District of Columbia: Petitions under the Act of April 16, 1862 by Dorothy S. Provine
Lists slave owners and their slaves in Washington DC Area
Statistics and Data
Slave Populations by State and Sex
Databases and Internet Publications
American Slavery, Civil Records
U.S. National Archives
Family Search (Free)
also Slave Schedules
The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Database
has information on almost 36,000 slaving voyages.
A few slave manifests from the National Archives
Additional manifests may be obtained from regional National Archives by emailing requests to:
Boston - email@example.com
Fort Worth - firstname.lastname@example.org
New York - email@example.com
Philadelphia - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Atlanta Office has been contacted.
Free at the Library of Congress, Washington, DC
Historical Statistics of the United States, Millennium Edition
Free at the Library of
Cost about US$6.00/document at Cambridge Press web site.
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Slave labor (7)
-by state (2)
Slave owners , See.. Slaveholders
Slave population (27)
-by city (Southern) (1)
-estimates, annual (1)
-by race (1)
-by sex (1)
-by state (6)
Slave revolts (3)
Slave states (3)
Slave trade (9)
-by colony (2)
-by origin or destination (2)
-families, by state (1)
-by size of slaveholdings (1)
-in Antebellum South (1)
-in colonial North America (1)
--gross domestic product and gross national product (3)
Institutional slavery: slaveholding churches, schools, colleges, and businesses in Virginia, 1680-1860
Planter's progress : modernizing Confederate Georgia