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Surge of New African American Genealogy Blogs

14 Oct

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Surge of New African American Genealogy Blogs

Posted on October 13, 2013 by Kristin

Recently there has been a huge surge of New African American Genealogy blogs. We have the new group African-American Genealogy & Slave Ancestry Research to thank for encouraging and guiding their creation as part of their mission to move African American genealogy forward, to break down brick walls and to form a community of researchers encouraging and sharing with each other.  Here are links to some of the new blogs, and a few older ones.  If you can, visit.  You might find something you were looking for.

There are other African American blogs listed above under “Some Blogs I Follow”.

 

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