The Bishop-Bond: Finding Yourself Through Your Family Roots
Have you ever wanted to pursue finding your family history but did not know how or where to start? Or have you started researching but keep running into roadblock after roadblock?
Don't be discouraged. Reggie Bishop's informational and inspirational book, The Bishop-Bond, will be your light in the dark.
Many individuals, especially in the African American community, are unable to document their family lineage before the early nineteen hundreds due to insufficient records. In The Bishop-Bond, Reggie provides reflective insight, linking clues to records tracing family roots well beyond antebellum history. As constant as branches layering generation to generation, time makes changes that disconnect and conceal the roots of who we are. Reggie reveals, through years of research, inspiring and interesting connections of his family roots. You will be heartened by his inner strength as you read about how he researched through several generations while overcoming any and all obstacles that were thrown his way, and he encourages you to do the same on your trek to discovering your family history.
Through Reggie's family research, The Bishop-Bond reveals insightful motivation for you to face life's challenges while uncovering a treasure trove of strong family history. It not only encourages you but also helps in your journey to research family roots. This book gives you a unique sense of connection to history, which reveals deep reflections as to who we are.
Travel the journey with Reggie Bishop in The Bishop-Bond and learn the memorable examples and guidance provided to reveal your family history. You can discover your family roots and connections of who you are despite overwhelming challenges in life.
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