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Announcing MAAGI! July 12-14

(2015 MAAGI Students and Facilitators, Harris Stowe University, St. Louis, MO)  For the past three years the Midwest African American Genealogy Institute (MAAGI) has provided an amazing learning experience for genealogists and researchers. MAAGI is an institute and not a genealogy conference. … Continue reading

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Ben Franklin’s World-A Podcast of Early American History

History Lover’s -hello. Do you like history? If so, I want to highlight and share this blog/podcast site. It is beginning to be one of my favorites. I have enjoyed listening to the podcasts by Liz Covart and her guests. … Continue reading

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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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