Please click on a state below to read the descriptive pamphlet for that state (links open in a new window).
Alabama (M1900, 34 rolls)
Arkansas (M1901, 23 rolls)
District of Columbia
District of Columbia (M1902, 21 rolls)
Florida (M1869, 15 rolls)
Georgia (M1903, 90 rolls)
Kentucky (M1904, 133 rolls)
Louisiana (M1905, 111 rolls)
Maryland/Delaware (M1906, 42 rolls)
Mississippi (M1907, 65 rolls)
Missouri (M1908, 24 rolls)
North Carolina (M1909, 78 rolls)
South Carolina (M1910, 106 rolls)
Tennessee (M1911, 89 rolls)
Texas (M1912, 28 rolls)
Virginia (M1913, 203 rolls)
Descriptive Pamphlets and Research Guides
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Research Guides: Tips for Getting the Most from Freedmen’s Bureau Records
Did You Know? Did you know that the Freedmen's Bureau records for most states, as well as Freedman's Bank records, are available online? You can use our maps to see if the records for your area of research interest are online. If they are online, you can follow our...
The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) has prepared detailed descriptive pamphlets for each state where the Freedmen's Bureau operated. The descriptive pamphlets are in-depth guides to the records contained on each microfilm. To get the most from your...