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African American genealogical sourcebook

edited by Paula K. Byers
Books/Monographs
English
New York, New York : Gale Research, c1995
xix, 244 p.
1st ed
0810392267
Genealogy sourcebook series (Gale Research)

Notes

Bibliography: p. 93-98.

This book "is a convenient guide which includes all the information required to begin genealogical research. Part I consists of informative essays prepared by ... experts in the field of African-American genealogy. Combining historical data and practical genealogical advice, the essays reveal the steps that must be taken to ensure a successful search for information. Part II lists information resources which can provide just the help needed to overcome obstacles in your research. Hundreds of national, regional, state, and foreign organizations and media are listed. Part III provides three indexes. The Author and Title and Organization indexes will allow you to quickly find sources listed in Part II. The Subject index allows you to pinpoint information provided in the essays in Pt. I concerning a specific topic"--Introd.

Includes a directory throughout the United States of libraries and archives, public and private organizations, print resources and other media.

Includes indexes. (Author, Title and Organization, and Subject).

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