New Database to help break the 1870 Barrier
The recent crowd sourcing of the Freedmen’s Bureau and other databases that have connected research that was previously hard to find will be a boon to people researching their African Roots. Great news for 2018!!
Check it out and share your results. I can’t wait to dive in. Follow the link above for details!
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I am a part-time blogger and a full time observer of people and culture. I have been researching my family history for over 20 years. I previously served as President and President-Elect (Vice-President) of the Indiana African American Genealogy Group (IAAGG). I am currently the Central District Director of the Indiana Genealogical Society. I’ve conducted genealogy lectures and training's for corporate organizations and family history centers. I have researched my maternal and paternal sides going back 7 generations. With all that work, there is still more to discover.
My current genealogical goals are to submit to libraries and history centers, family history books covering several of my family lines.
I am available for consultations and speaking engagements.
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This is great news! There is no greater deed than that of finding family roots. I commend you. You are trained for this. You are ordained for success.
Wonderful Michelle!! I remember my mother talking about Douglass Park especially in the early 1940’s. Richie
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