African American Genealogical Sourcebook
Paula Kay Byers
Gale Research, 1995 - Reference - 244 pages
This text provides historical genealogical data on African Americans. The book includes emigration history, genealogical records specific to African Americans, and a directory of genealogical information.
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CONDUCTING GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH
Basic Genealogical Research Methods and Their
Records Specific to African Americans
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