A Constant Threat of Erasure: Pt. 2: Towards a History of the Varner Family - Latino Genealogy & Beyond
“All that I know of my ancestors was told to me by my people.“ The words of William J. Edwards, educator and founder of the Snow Hill Normal and Industrial Institute in Wilcox Alabama, are from his autobiography, Twenty-Five Years in the Black Belt (1919). The book both explains how he received knowledge of his … Continue reading "A Constant Threat of Erasure: Pt. 2: Towards a History of the Varner Family"
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