A Genealogist's Guide to Discovering Your African-American Ancestors
Accompanied by handy forms, examples, outlines, and maps, an essential guide to tracing one's African-American ancestry features a proven, three-part approach that covers the post-Civil War era to the present and provides extensive case studies that simplify the research process to yield accurate results. Original.
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