February 2017: African-American Genealogy Research
2/15/2017
In this month's podcast, we celebrate Black History Month with tips for finding your African-American ancestors. 
 
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This month's podcast topic: African-American Genealogy Research

In this episode:

Your Host: Lisa Louise Cooke
Lisa Cooke Podcast
Lisa's book is available at ShopFamilyTree.com: Mobile Genealogy

News from the Blogosphere with Genealogy Insider, Diane Haddad

 
 

Top Tips

The records of the Freedmen's Bureau can help you discover freed slaves in your family tree and FamilySearch's indexing project makes access easier than ever. Leslie Huber is the author of the Family Tree Magazine article, Finding Freedom.
 
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Family Tree University Crash Course

Angela Walton-Raji shares some best practices from her webinar called African-American Genealogy Research Essentials.
Angela's Tips:
  • Pay attention to oral history – ask the right questions
  • Employ a time line for African American history
  • Study the Great Migration – Was the family someplace else?
  • Use the Freedmen's Bureau
 
 

 

_______________________________________________________________________________________________ Listen to Lisa Louise Cooke's podcast, The Genealogy Gems Podcast in iTunes and visit her website for great research ideas, podcast episodes and videos.
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