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This lesson will help you learn how county histories were created. These histories will help provide clues about your ancestor that may not be found anywhere else. Sometimes they will provide a biographical sketch.
Mary Hill instructs you how to find records of your Afro-American ancestors, starting with you and your family, and going back to the 1870's.
Angela Walton-Raji lectures on researching African-Native American history. She stresses using standard genealogical methodology.
You will learn how tracing slaveholdings and slavery in the family challenges genealogists and family historians to explore the personal relationship and history in instituting slavery on the family including present day conequenses.