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About Us

BAAHGS
Baltimore Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society – Agnes Kane Callum Chapter – A non-profit organization dedicated to encouraging study and research in history and genealogy. Membership is open to Americans of all ethnic groups and focuses on those with particular interest in African-Americans. The diverse membership includes people of all ages, from all walks of life, working toward a common goal. Each one is looking for the ancestral tie that binds us all through the historic events that shape our present. The Afro-American Historical & Genealogy Society, Inc. has been active in the Washington, DC area since 1977 and in 1989 the Baltimore Chapter was chartered.
OFFICERS
President – Roland Mills
Vice President/Genealogy – Jerry Hynson
Associate Vice President/Genealogy – Carencay Bowen
Vice President/History – Donna T. Hollie Ph.D
Secretary – Noreen Goodson
Treasurer – Kelly Little
Sergeant at Arms – Harra Hamilton
MEMBER PUBLICATIONS

Agnes Kane Callum
  • Flower of the Forest – a genealogical and historical publication with a Maryland Focus
  • Inscriptions from the Tombstones at Mount Calvary Cemetery 1926 – 1982
  • Black Marriages of St. Mary’s County 1800 – 1900
  • Black Marriages of Anne Arundel County 1856 – 1882
  • Slave Statistics of St. Mary’s County
Donna T. Hollie Ph.D
  • The Descendants of Henley Chapman
  • Thesis: A Biography of W.T.B. Williams (1866-1941)
  • Dissertation: “I Consecrate Myself to the Service of Teaching”: The Jeanes Teacher Study in Fauquier County, Virginia

Jerry M. Hynson

  • Absconders, Runaways, and Other Fugitives in the Baltimore City and County (Maryland) Jail 1831-1864
  • The African-American Collection v. 2 Free AfricanĀ  of Allegheny, Anne Arundel, Calvert, Caroline, Cecil, Charles, Dorchester, Frederick, Kent, Montgomery, Queen Ann’s, St. Mary’s and Washington Counties, Maryland 1832
  • The African-American Collection v. 3: District of Columbia Runaway and Fugitive Slave Cases 1862-1863
  • Maryland Freedom Papers v. 1: Anne Arundel County
  • Maryland Freedom Papers v. 2: Kent County
  • Maryland Freedom Papers v. 3: Maryland Colonization Society Manumission Book 1832-1860
  • The African-American Collection v. 1: Kent County, Maryland

Anjela Y. Walton-Raji

Black Indian Genealogy Research

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