How to Trace Your African-American Roots: Discovering Your Unique History
Citadel Press, 1999 - 247 halaman
A practical, hands-on book that tells the reader how to use basic genealogy resources as well as how to tap into the rich oral history in the African-American tradition and use these stories to open the doors to the past.
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Keeping Track of Everything
Locating Family Documents
Finding Family Talkers
Investigating Church Records and Cemeteries
Tackling Federal Census Records
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