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Google Scholar for Genealogy? Here’s Why to Try It

Lisa Louise Cooke’s Genealogy Gems

Programs/Events Reginald F Lewis Museum

Reginald F. Lewis Museum

My Top 10 Genealogy Education Resources

Genea-Musings

2015 SLRC Annual Genealogy Lectu

African American and Native American Genealogy,
presented by
Angela Walton-Raji

Enoch Pratt Free Library
Saturday, March 21
10:00am to 4:30pm
Southeast Anchor Library
3601 Eastern Avenue Baltimore, MD 21224

Angela Walton-Raji is a nationally known author and African American and Native American genealogist. She hosts a weekly African Roots Podcast devoted to African American genealogy news, methods, and events. She is one of the founders of AfriGeneas.com, the oldest online website for African American genealogy. She is the only genealogist in the nation to present regular genealogy lectures at the Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian in both the Washington D.C. and New York facilities. Her book, Black Indian Genealogy Research, is the first and only book to address the documentation of African Americans with ties to Native Americans within the family structure.

Ms. Walton-Raji will present the following lectures:

  • Native American Genealogy Research – The Basics
  • Researching Blended Families in 19th and 20th Century Records
  • Exploring the Rolls for Black-Indian History: From the Dawes Rolls to the Guion Miller Rolls
  • Avoiding Pitfalls in African-Native American Genealogy

Call by March 14th to register (410-396-5468), or reply to slrcgen@prattlibrary.org

Louis Diggs Publication of Book #10 on African American Life in Baltimore County‏

From Louis Diggs - I would like you to know that I have 
just published my 10th book titled: 
“African Americans From Baltimore County Who Served 
in the Civil War: 
Maryland’s Six Regiments of Slaves.”  
Many of you know that Baltimore County never had any documented 
history of African American life and communities in the County, 
and the previous books I have researched and published is helping 
to fill that void.  
This 10th book takes the history of African American life to a 
higher level of understanding, 
with the huge amount of information in this book about the 
sacrifices made by more than 400 slaves 
and freed slaves toward preserving the history of their country.

A synopsis of the main points of my 10th book
If you are interested in purchasing a copy of the book, 
I will give all a discount.  
Cost of the book is $39.95 plus 6% MD State taxes, 
and mailing cost.  Your cost will be $35.00 plus the 6% tax 
that I cannot avoid collecting, and I will pay the mailing 
cost which will be about $6.00.
If you would like additional information about the book, 
just send me an email

New, Free Digitized Books Site Launches for Genealogy Searches

Genealogy Insider

Leaving a Legacy: Madam C.J. Walker

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