The Freedman's Savings and Trust Company 

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Fraser - Discover Economic History | Federal Reserve

Originals at the National Archives. The original Freedman's Bank records include many additional, unmicrofilmed papers beyond the registers of signatures of depositors, including some partial indexes on paper. The Freedman's Bank records at the National Archives are a part of Record Group 101, Records of the Comptroller of the Currency. The microfilm collection of the Freedman's Bank records are available in the National Archives buildings in Washington, D.C., and College Park, Maryland as Micropublication M0816, 27 rolls. The unfilmed records are available only at College Park. Send written inquires regarding these records to the Textual Reference Branch, National Archives at College Park, MD 20740-6001.

Ancestry - Freedman's Bank Records

This collection contains records from the Freedman's Bank (formally known as the Freedman's Savings and Trust Company) between 1865 and 1874. Each depositor gave his or her full name, place of birth, current residence, current occupation, and the names of spouses, children, parents, brothers, sisters. Depending on the state you will also see, Name of Master, Name of Mistress, Planation, height and complexion, Regiment and Company and Remarks.

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FamilySearch - Freedman's Bank  Records

Freedman's Bank Records - M2029, (1872-1878)