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It is moving. It is sobering. It is a reach back into the history.
The tales about the family tree of the first lady, Michelle Obama.And An American map that traces her back to the slaves and slave owners that were in her past. This woman who made it all the way to the white house.
ABC Joungy Dinnies has more on the First of this journey
The rock of our family, the love of my life, the nation's next first lady, Michelle Obama.
Here’s a journey that began more than a century ago with the death of a slave holder who left all his property to relatives, including a six-year-old girl Malvinia, valued at 475 dollars. She worked on a farm that grew wheat, corn and cotton, living an unimaginable life of labour.
She was one of three slaves. There was a very small farm. It wasn’t kind of the notion of plantation that we have.
With so few slaves, Malvinia likely worked in the house and laboured in the field. As a teenager she gave birth to a son with a white man. The child is listed on these 1870 census as a mulatto,the term used to describe a person of mixed race. His name was Dolphus Shield, Michelle Obama’s great great grandfather.
Many families have stories like Mrs Obama did about white ancestors
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This is a good memory of him)
Shields grew up a free man and became a carpenter.
Barbie Helld was his informally adopted daughter. He was just a beautiful person, full of love.
Three generations later, Marian Shields Robinson would give birth to little Michelle .In Mrs Obama hold seeds Shields
She seems to be a very loving person. So was he. And they were just a good match.
A family that went from the slavery in the south to the halls of the White House. It’s just an amazing journey.
An Amazing uniquely American journey.
For Good Morning America.Joungy Dinnies ABC News Washington.
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[Homework]2009-10-10&10-13 米歇尔.奥巴马的传奇家谱:从奴隶到第一夫人

It is moving,it's so brimming,it is reach back to history.Details about the family tree of first lady Michelle Obama.and American maped traces her back to the slaves and slave owners that were in her past.This woman who made her all the way to the white house .

ABC -has more on the first of this journay.

The rock of our family,the love of my life,the nation's next first lady,Michelle Obama.

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She was one of the threee slaves,there's a very samll farm.It wasn't kind of the notion that of plantation that we have.

So few slaves Nalvinia likely work in the house and laboured in the field.as a teenage,she give birth to a son with a whiteman.The child is listed in this eighteen seventeen- as a mulatto.A term used to describe person of mixed race.his name was Dolphus Shield,Michelle Obama's great great grandfather.

Many families have stories like Mrs Obama did about white and ancestors.This is a good memory from him.

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She seems to be a very lovely person,so was he.and they were just good match.A Family that went from the slavely in the-to the house of the white house.Just a amazing journey.An amazing uniquely American journey.

For good morning America,young-,ABC news,Washington.

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It is moving. It is sobering. It is a reach back into history. The tales about the family tree of first lady Michelle Obama and an American map that traces back her to the slaves and slave owners that were in her past. This woman who made it all the way to the white house. ABC has more on the first of this journey.
The rock of our family, the love of my life, the nation's next first lady, Michelle Obama
Here is a journey that began more than a century ago with the death of a slave holder who left all of his property to relatives, including a six-year old girl named Malvinia, valued at 475 dollars. She worked on a farm that grew wheat, corn, and cotton, living an unimaginable life of labor.
She was one of three slaves. There was a mall farm. It wasn't the kind of notion of the plantation that we have.
With so few slaves, Malvinia likely worked in the house and labored in the fields. As a teenager she gave birth to a son with a white man. The child is listed in this 1870 census as a mulattoa term used to describe a person of mixed race. His name was Dolphus Shields, Michelle Obama's great great grandfather.
Many families have stories as Mrs. Obama did about white ancestors.
(This is a good memory of him.)
Shields grew up a free man and became a carpenter. Bobbie Holt was his informally adopted daughter.
(He was just a beautiful person, full of love.)
Three generations later, Marian Shields Robinson would give birth to little Michelle. In Mrs. Obama, Holt sees Shields.
(If she seems to be a very loving person, so was he. And they were just a good match.)
A family that went from the slavery in the south to the halls of the white house. It is just an amazing journey, an amazing uniquely American journey.

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[Homework]2009-10-10&10-13 米歇尔.奥巴马的传奇家谱:从奴隶到第一夫人

Homework Interview on Michael Obama:
It is moving. It is sobering. It is rich back into history. The tales about the family tree of first lady Michael Obama and the American map traces her back to the slaves and slave owners that were in her past---this woman who made it all the way to the White House. ABC News Gorgy Dynes has more on the first of this journey.

‘The rock of our family, the love of my life, the Nation’s next first lady---Michael Obama.’(Obama)

This is a journey that began more than a century ago with the death of a slave holder, who left all of his property to his relatives, including a six-year-old girl named Malvinas, valued at 475 dollars. She worked on the farm, and grew wheat, corn and cotton, living an unimaginable life of labor. She was one of the three slaves, there was a small farm. It wasn’t kind of a notion that was plantation that we have. With so few slaves, Malvinas likely worked in a house and labored in the fields. As a teenager she gave birth to a son with a white man. The child is listed in this 1870 slices as a mulatto,
a term used to describe person of mixed race. His name was Dolpher Shields, Michael Obama’s great great grandfather.

‘Many families have stories like Michael Obama did about white ancestors.’

’This is a good memory of him.’

Shields grew up as a free man and became a carpenter. Barbie Hold was his informally adopted daughter.

‘She was just a beautiful person, full of love.’

Three generations later, Mary and Shields Robinson would give birth to little Michael. And Mrs. Obama holds Shields’ shields.

‘She’s been a very loving person, so was he, and they were just a good match’

A family that went from slavery and the south to the Halls of the White House.

‘It was just an Amazing journey.’ An amazing uniquely American journey.

From Good Morning America, Young Giddiness, ABC News News, Washington


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It is moving,it is sobbing,it is rich blackened history.Details about the family tree of First Lady Mitchell Obama.And American map that traces her back to the slave and slave owners,that were in her past.This woman would made it all the way to the White House,ABC John Jeedny has more on the first of this journey.

The rock of my family,the love of my life,the nation's next First Lady --- Mitchell Obama.

Here is the journey began more than centuries ago with the death of slave holder who left all of his property to relatives,including a six-year-old girl named Mavinia valued at 475 dollars.She worked on the farm,grew wheat corn and cotton,living an unimaginable life of labor.

She was one of the three slaves,there was a very small farm,there wasn't a kind of notion of plantation that we have.

With so few slaves,Mavinia likely worked in the house and labored in the fields.As a teenager she gave birth to a son with a white man.

The child listed this 1870 senses as a Molato,a term used to describe a person of mixed race,his name was Dolphus Shields,Mitchell Obama's great great grand father.

Many families have stories like Ms.Obama did about white ancestors.

This is good memory of him.

Shields grew up of a freeman,and became a carpenter,Babby hold with his informally adopted daughter.

He was just a beautiful person full of love.

Three generations later,Marian Shields Robinson would give the birth to little Mitchell.In Ms.Obama hold seized Shields.

With these things,she's been a very loving person,so was he.And they were just a good match.

A family that went from slavery of South to the house of White House.

It's just amazing journey.

An amazing uniquely American journey.

For Good Morning America,Yang Jeedny,ABC News Washington.

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Home work: Interview on Michael Obama:
It is moving. It is sobering. It is rich back into history. The tales about the family tree of first lady Michael Obama and the American map traces her back to the slaves and slave owners that were in her past---this woman who made it all the way to the White House. ABC News Gorgy Dynes has more on the first of this journey.

‘The rock of our family, the love of my life, the Nation’s next first lady---Michael Obama.’(Obama)

This is a journey that began more than a century ago with the death of a slave holder, who left all of his property to his relatives, including a six-year-old girl named Malvinas, valued at 475 dollars. She worked on the farm, and grew wheat, corn and cotton, living an unimaginable life of labor. She was one of the three slaves, there was a small farm. It wasn’t kind of a notion that was plantation that we have. With so few slaves, Malvinas likely worked in a house and labored in the fields. As a teenager she gave birth to a son with a white man. The child is listed in this 1870 slices as a mulatto, a term used to describe person of mixed race. His name was Dolpher Shields, Michael Obama’s great great grandfather.

‘Many families have stories like Michael Obama did about white ancestors.’
’This is a good memory of him.’

Shields grew up as a free man and became a carpenter. Barbie Hold was his informally adopted daughter.

‘She was just a beautiful person, full of love.’

Three generations later, Mary and Shields Robinson would give birth to little Michael. And Mrs. Obama holds Shields’ shields.

‘She’s been a very loving person, so was he, and they were just a good match’

A family that went from slavery and the south to the Halls of the White House.

‘It was just an Amazing journey.’ An amazing uniquely American journey.
From Good Morning America, Young Giddiness, ABC News News, Washington

[Homework]2009-10-10&10-13 米歇尔.奥巴马的传奇家谱:从奴隶到第一夫人

It is moving. It is sobering. It is a reach back into the history.
The tales about the family tree of the first lady, Michelle Obama. And American map that traces her back to the slaves and slave owners that were in her past. This woman who made it all the way to the white house.
ABC Joungy Dinnies has more on the First of this journey
The rock of our family, the love of my life, the nation's next first lady, Michelle Obama.
Here’s a journey that began more than a century ago with the death of a slave holder who left all his property to relatives, including a six-year-old girl named Malvinia, valued at 475 dollars. She worked on a farm that grew wheat, corn and cotton, living an unimaginable life of labour.
She was one of the three slaves. That was a very small farm. It wasn’t kind of the notion of plantation that we have.
With so few slaves, Malvinia likely worked in the house and laboured in the fields. As a teenager she gave birth to a son with a white man. The child is listed on these 1870 census as a mulatto, the term used to describe a person of mixed race. His name was Dolphus Shields, Michelle Obama’s great great grandfather.
Many families have stories like Mrs Obama did about white ancestors
(This is a good memory of him)
Shields grew up a free man and became a carpenter.
Barbie Helld was his informally adopted daughter.

He was just a beautiful person, full of love.
Three generations later, Marian Shields Robinson would give birth to little Michelle and Mrs Obama hold she’s Shields
She seems to be a very loving person. So was he. And they were just a good match.
A family that went from the slavery in the south to the halls of the white house. It’s just an amazing journey.
An Amazing uniquely American journey.
For Good Morning America.Joungy Dinnies ABC News Washington.


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It is moving, it is sobering, it is a reach back into the history to tell the story of the family tree of the first lady, Michelle Obama, an American map that traces her back to the slaves and slave owners that were in her past. This woman has made all her way to the white house. Jaze Denize has more on the first of this journey. “The rock of our family, the love of my life, the nation’s next first lady: Michelle Obama.” The first journey began more than a century ago with the death of slave holder who left all of his properties to relatives, including a six-year old girl named Melvenia valued at 475 dollars. She worked on a farm that grew wheat, corn and cotton, living an unimaginable life of labor. “She was one of the three slaves. There is a very small farm. There isn’t kind of notion that plantation we have” With so few slaves, Melvenia likely worked in the house and labored in the filed. As a teenager, she gave birth to a son with a white man. The child listed in this 1970s censes, as a mol ado, a term used to describe a person of mixed race. His name was Dolphus Shields, Michelle Obama’s great great grandfathers Many families have story like Mrs. Obama did about white ancestors. “This is a good memory of his.” Shields grew up with three men and became a carpenter. Boby Hore was his formerly adopted daughter. “He was just a beautiful person, full of love.” Three generations later, Marian Shields Robinson will give birth to Michelle. In Mrs. Obama hold she’s shield. “She seems to be a very loving person. So was he. And they were just good match.” A family that went from a slavery in the south to the halls of the white house. “It is just an amazing journey.” “An amazing unique American journey.” For good morning America, ABC news, Washington.
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[Homework]2009-10-10&10-13 米歇尔.奥巴马的传奇家谱:从奴隶到第一夫人

It is moving. It is sobering. It is a reach back into the history.
The tales about the family tree of the first lady, Michelle Obama. And American map that traces her back to the slaves and slave owners that were in her past. This woman who made it all the way to the white house.
ABC Joungy Dinnies has more on the First of this journey
The rock of our family, the love of my life, the nation's next first lady, Michelle Obama.
Here’s a journey that began more than a century ago with the death of a slave holder who left all his property to relatives, including a six-year-old girl named Malvinia, valued at 475 dollars. She worked on a farm that grew wheat, corn and cotton, living an unimaginable life of labour.
She was one of the three slaves. That was a very small farm. It wasn’t kind of the notion of plantation that we have.
With so few slaves, Malvinia likely worked in the house and laboured in the fields. As a teenager she gave birth to a son with a white man. The child is listed on these 1870 census as a mulatto, the term used to describe a person of mixed race. His name was Dolphus Shields, Michelle Obama’s great great grandfather.
Many families have stories like Mrs Obama did about white ancestors
(This is a good memory of him)
Shields grew up a free man and became a carpenter.
Barbie Helld was his informally adopted daughter.

He was just a beautiful person, full of love.
Three generations later, Marian Shields Robinson would give birth to little Michelle and Mrs Obama hold she’s Shields
She seems to be a very loving person. So was he. And they were just a good match.
A family that went from the slavery in the south to the halls of the white house. It’s just an amazing journey.
An Amazing uniquely American journey.
For Good Morning America.Joungy Dinnies ABC News Washington.


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It is moving, it is sobering, it is a reach back in the history. The tales about the family trees of first lady, Michelle Obama, an American map that traces her back to the slaves and slave owners that were in her past. This woman who make it all her own way to the white house, ABC * has more on the first of this journey.

“The rock of our family, the love of my life, the nation’s next first lady -- Michelle Obama.”

First, the journey began more than a century ago, with the death of a slave holder, who left all his property to his relatives, including a six-year-old girl named Malvinia, valued at four hundred and seventy five dollars. She worked at a farm that grows wheat, corn and cotton, living an unimaginable life of labor.

“She was one of three slaves; there was a very small farm. It wasn’t kind of notion of plantation that we have. “

With so few slaves, Malvinia likely work in house and labored in the fields. As a teenager she gave birth to a son with a white man.

The child is listed in this 1870 senses, as a mulatto. A term that used to describe the person of mixed race. His name was Dolphus Shields, Michelle Obama’s great great grandfather.

“Many families have stories like Ms. Obama did about white ancestors. “

“This is a good memory of him…”

Shields grew up like a free man and became a car vender. Barbi Hord was his formal adopted daughter.

“He was just a beautiful person, full of love.”

Three generations later, Marian Shields Robinson would give birth to little Michelle. In Ms. Obama holds Shields’ cells.

“She has been a loving person, so was he. And there was just a good match.”

A family that went from slavery in the south, to the Hall of White House.

“It’s just a amazing journey.”

An amazing uniquely American journey.
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It is moving. It is sobering. It is a reach back into the history.
The tales about the family tree of the first lady, Michelle Obama.And An American map that traces her back to the slaves and slave owners that were in her past. This woman who made all the way to the
White House.
ABC Joungy Dinnies has more on the First of this journey
The rock of our family, the love of my life, the nation's next first lady, Michelle Obama.
Here’s a journey that began more than a century ago with the death of a slave holder who left all his property to relatives, including a six-year-old girl Malvinia, valued at 475 dollars. She worked on a farm that grew wheat, corn and cotton, living an unimaginery life of labour
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She was one of the three slaves. There was a very small farm. It wasn't the kind of the nation's of plantation that we have
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With so few slaves, Malvinia likely worked in the house and laboured in the field. As a teenager, she gave birth to a son with a white man. The child is listed on these 1870 census as a mulatto,the term used to describe a person of mixed race. His name was Dolphus Shield, Michelle Obama’s great great grandfather
.
Many families have stories like Mrs Obama did about white ancestors.

(This is a good memory of him)
Shields grew up as a free man and became a carpenter
.
Barbie Helld was his informally adopted daughter. He was just a beautiful person, full of love
.
Three generations later, Marian Shields Robinson would give birth to little Michelle .In Mrs Obama hold seeds Shields

She seems to be a very loving person. So was he. And they were just a good match.
A family that went from the slavery in the south to the halls of the White House. It’s just an amazing journey
.
An Amazing uniquely American journey
.
For Good Morning America.Joungy Dinnies ABC News Washington.
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It is moving, it is sobering, it is reached back to the history. To tell you the family of the First Lady Michelle Obama, an American map that traces her slave and slave owner. That was in her past - the woman who made it all the way to the White House. ABC * * has more on the first of this journey.
"The rock of our family. The love of my life. The nation's next first lady. Michelle Obama."
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He was just a beautiful person, full of love.
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She seems to be a loving person, so was he. And they were just a good match.
A family that went from a slavery in the South to the Hall of the White House.
It's just an amazing journey!
An amazing uniquely American journey!
For good morning American, **, ABC News, Washington.
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It is moving, it is sobering, it is a reach back into / history. The tales about the family tree of first lady Michelle Obama and an American map that traces her back to the slaves and slave owners that were in her past. This woman who made it all the way to the White House. ABC's Yunji de Nies has more on the first of this journey.

The rock of our family, the love of my life, the nation's next first lady-Michelle Obama.

Here is a journey that began more than a century ago with the death of a slave holder who left all of his property to relatives including a six-year-old girl named Malvinia valued at 475 dollars. She worked on a farm that grew wheat, corn and cotton living in an unimaginable life of labour.

She was one of / three slaves. There was a very small farm. It wasn't kind of the notion of a plantation that we have.

With so few slaves, Malvinia likely worked in the house and laboured in the field. As a teenager, she gave birth to a son with a white man.

The child is listed in this 1870 census as a "mulatto", the term used to describe a person of mixed race. His name was Dolphus Shields, Michelle Obama's great-great-grandfather. Many families have stories like Mrs Obama did about white ancestors.

This is a good memory of him.

Shields grew up a free man and became a carpenter. Barbie Helld was his informally adopted daughter.

He was just a beautiful person, full of love.

Three generations later, Marian Shields Robinson would give birth to little Michelle. In Mrs Obama hold seeds Shields.

She seems to be a very loving person, and so was he. And they were just a good match.

A family that went from slavery in the south to the halls of the White House.

It's just an amazing journey.

An amazing uniquely American journey. For Good Morning America. Yunji de Nies. ABC News, Washington.

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It is moving. It is so brain. It is rich backend to the history, details about the family tree, first lady Michelle Obama. And America mapped the traces her back to the slaves and slave owners that ware in her past, this woman who made all the way to the white house. ABC Y.J has more on the first of this journey.
The rock of our family, the love of my life, the nation’s next first lady, Michelle Obama. The first journey that began more than a century ago with the death of the slave holder who left all of her properties to relatives, including a six-year old girl named Mavinia valued at $475. She worked on the farm that we call the carton living in unimaginable life of labor.
“She was one of three slaves, there was very small farm, wasn’t kind of notion of the plantation that we have.”
With so few slaves, Mavinia likely worked in the house and labored in the field. As a teenager, she gave a birth to a son with a white man. The child listed 1870 sensors as a molodal, a term used to describe a person who is mixed race. His name was Dolphi Shield. Michalle Obama’s great great grandfather.
“Many family have the stories like Mrs Obama did about Whidan Sesters.”
“This is the good memory….”
Shield grow up as a free man and became a carpenter. And Bobie Wholed was his informally adopted daughter. He was just a beautiful person and full of love.
Three generations later, Marrying Shields Robinson would give birth to little Michelle in Mrs Obama hold seize Shield.
“This seems to be a very loving person, so was he. And They were just a good match.”
A family that went from slavery in the south to the house of the White House.
It is just an amazing journey.
An Amazing uniquely American journey! For good morning American, Y.J. ABC News, Washington.
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