Black Genesis: A Resource Book for African-American Genealogy

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Genealogical Publishing Company, Jan 1, 2003 - Reference - 422 pages
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Designed with both the novice and the professional researcher in mind, this text provides reference resources and introduces a methodology specific to investigating African-American genealogy. In the second edition, information has been reorganized by state. Within each state are listings for resources such as state archives, census records, military records, newspapers, and manuscript collections.

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In the 1970s, Rose became the first-ever recipient of a doctorate in African-American genealogy and served as a researcher consultant with Alex Haley. In 1978, she and Eichholz (editor, Ancestry's ... Read full review

Contents

The Beginning
3
Important Dates in U S AfricanAmerican History
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Oral History
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Copyright

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