Indians & Slaves of Block Island – by Jeff Howe


I recently spoke with Author Jeff Howe regarding this book he published in 1997 called Indians and Slaves of Block Island. He has granted me permission to digitize this book and to share it here for you to read. I am so honored that he has given me permission to use his book for my research and to share it here with you!

A MUST read if you have connections to Block Island.

(Please contact him for a physical copy – this copy attached is only in readable form and can’t be printed/copied)

To read: Indians & Slaves of Block Island – by Jeff Howe

JEFFREY HOWE
Block Island (New Shoreham) Families, including Black and Native American.
31 Virginia Lane
Riverside, RI 02915
E-mail: jeff50@cox.net

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