Tag Archives: genealogy

Information available to help in African American Genealogy Research prior to 1870.

I am in a “not so good mood” because of something I read today on another blog. So I will make this a short response. It is not a good to tell people that there are “no records” if you … Continue reading

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MAAGI 2017, Ft. Wayne, In.

The Midwest African American Genealogy Institute (MAAGI)  2017 planning is underway. We will be at the Allen County Public Library in Ft. Wayne Indiana. You have an opportunity to pre-register. You can visit the MAAGI Facebook page and obtain the … Continue reading

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Is your cousin removed? Family Search Blog

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African American Genealogy Research-Tips on how you get started! 1 & 2

It does not matter who or where in the U. S. you are researching, you need to know the fundamentals about genealogy research, records & resources. Most importantly be able to ask questions, managing your files, documenting your resources and … Continue reading

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12 Blog Articles are my Charlottesville Examiner articles

Hi, thank you for stopping by. I hope you have pulled up a comfortable chair. I wanted to share that the first 12 articles I have posted on this site are my articles I wrote for the Charlottesville Examiner.com. They … Continue reading

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