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African American Gateway

The Genealogy Center

Apps for Iphone, Ipad, and Ipod touch


Free Records at Ancestry

2012 Featured Collections

Emancipation Proclamation: My Dear Wife

The National Archives: Prologue Pieces of History

Notable Genealogy Blog Posts

Planting the Seeds – Genealogy as a Profession

When the Census Taker Gets it Wrong

Family Search Blog

U. S. Census Pathfinder

Free e-book by Michael Hait

Coming to Terms with Slave-Owning Ancestors

Family Tree University

The Man

Rod Serling’s recently discovered 1972 film.

The screenplay for “The Man,” written by Rod Serling (The Twilight Zone) and directed by Joseph Sargent (Something The Lord Made, A Lesson Before Dying), is based on a novel by Irving Wallace. The film stars James Earl Jones as the first black president of the United States and features actors from the “golden age” of television and film: Burgess Meredith, Jack Benny, Janet MacLachlan, George Stanford Brown, Martin Balsam, Barbara Rush, and William Windom.

Actor Clayton LeBouef (Homicide, The Wire) will lead a discussion following the screening.

Introduction to African American Genealogy January 10

Events at Pratt


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