There is no question that African American genealogy research has many challenges. Many families are rooted within the system of American Slavery that ended officially in 1865 presenting many hurdles for descendants of those enslaved families. Fortunately in recent years, the community of researchers has expanded and there are more resources for African Ancestored researchers than ever before. Whether your ancestors were enslaved, Free People of Color, or immigrants to this country, a handy set of tools and resources is needed. The African-American Genealogy Legacy QuickGuide™ guide will assist you, whether you are sitting at your computer looking for online resources, or trying to connect with other researchers. And as you plan your next research trip, this handy 4-page PDF guide can be used on your computer or mobile device for anytime access to direct you to facilities with significant African American collections and will serve as a useful reference while on the road.
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