Black Genealogy

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Black Classic Press, 1977 - Reference - 232 pages
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First published in 1977, black genealogy remains a unique guide guide among standard genealogical references. author charles blockson, a noted genealogist and african american historian, traced his own family roots back through the 18th century. along his journey, he discovered obstacles and advantages that make searching for black family history a rewarding experience.

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I love the book it let me know I;m on the right track. I began researching since 2044. I really got the understanding of researching blacks. Also I know that it made the word mulatto mean lot more to me.
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