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George "Chicken George" Lea was born about 1806, in North Carolina, the child of Thomas and Kizzy. He married Matilda McGregor Murray in August 1827 in Caswell County, North Carolina. They had seven children during their marriage. He died in 1890 in Henning, Tennessee, having lived a long life of 84 years, and was buried there.

George Lea. American Folk Figure. He was prominently featured as "Chicken George" in author Alex Haley's critically acclaimed book "Roots" (1976). In the 1977 TV miniseries he was portrayed by actor Ben Vereen. (bio by: Tom Childers). Bethlehem Cemetery, Henning, Tennessee.

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George "Chicken George" Lea was born about 1806, in North Carolina, the child of Thomas and Kizzy. He married Matilda McGregor Murray in August 1827 in Caswell County, North Carolina. They had seven children during their marriage. He died in 1890 in Henning, Tennessee, having lived a long life of 84 years, and was buried there.

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Defining Destiny Sara, Alex and Diana, find their childhood friendship is the key to finding their destiny and True North in the hometown they grew up in.

Thomas Fuller; African slave and mathematician 1710-1790. | In most discussions of people with extraordinary powers of mental calculation, there is some mention of Thomas Fuller, an African, shipped to America in 1724 as a slave at the age of 14. He was born in 1710 Africa somewhere between present day Liberia and Benin. Late in his life his remarkable powers of calculation made him a tool of abolitionists due demonstrate blacks are not mentally inferior to whites. [Read more...]

Vintage photograph of man with child and dog by Barke, 1890, via Dog Art Today.

On March 3, 1859 the largest sale of human beings in America was held at a racetrack in Savannah, Georgia. During the rainy weekend known as "The Weeping Time" 436 men, women, and children were auctioned, with proceeds of over $ 300,000. #TodayInBlackHistory