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Here is a web site from National Geographic that will help all African
Americans learn about their lineage going as far back tens of thousands of years. Iwould suggest that people of all races visit this website to purchase a kit and submit a DNA sample. Just like what Alex Haley accomplished to trace his heritage so should you :-) This site will be a learning experience for all races and cultures throughout this wonderful world of ours.

"When your results are ready Project Director Dr. Spencer Wells will introduce you to your earliest human relatives—the members of your specific haplogroup. You'll receive a personalized genetic analysis, including an online overview of your deep ancestral history. The analysis reveals where and when your haplogroup originated and how they lived. You'll also receive a dynamic map, specific to your lineage, on which to trace your relatives' journeys across the planet."

MAIN SITE:

Visit the main site HERE

KITS:

Visit the kit site here HERE

Over 45000 Genealogy Links; geneology for US, Canada, UK, Ireland ...Features genealogy links to ship passenger lists, cemetery transcriptions, censuses for United Kingdom and Ireland, United States, Europe, Canada, ...

Over 40000 Genealogy Links - A listing of the top genealogy ...Over 40000 Genealogy Links - A listing of the top genealogy resources for surnames, records, databases, guides, searchable online data, services, ...

The American History and Genealogy Project, AHGP
The American History and Genealogy Project AHGP - large collection of FREE online genealogy for the U. S. ... Welcome to the American History and Genealogy Project (AHGP), an unincorporated not-for ... sites devoted to History & Genealogy, and covering North American Countries and Territories
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Princeton Public Library - African American Genealogy on the WebPaul Robeson Material at Princeton Public Library Paul Robeson on the Web African American Genealogy on the Web African American History

CDC: Black LoyalistsInformation about the Black Loyalists of the American Revolution, who fought for the British in return for freedom. Offers a scrolling timeline, history,

Civil War Soldiers and Sailor System The CWSS is a comprehensive research tool for searching the records of the soldiers and sailors that fought in the Civil War-- simply type in the soldier's name, and the database shows you the matching records. It includes histories of 180 United States Colored Troops units/regiments.

Afro-American Historical and Genealogical SocietyHome page of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society, Inc

HOME - African American Genealogy GroupThe African-American Genealogy Group (AAGG), a 501(C3) not-for-profit organization was founded in January, 1989 in response to the ever-increasing number o

Beginners Guide to African American Genealogy

African American Genealogy. An Online Interactive Guide for Beginners ...
An African-American Guide to Genealogy and Historical Identity

The African-American Genealogy Ring
Web ring for the African-American genealogist. Monthly featured sites, awards

African American Genealogy
African American Genealogy records are much more difficult to find due to the scant nature of record keeping for blacks prior to the Civil War

Genealogy: African American GenealogyGenealogy resources for African American genealogy research and history. African American genealogy is often difficult to researchAfrican and many new 

Afro-Louisiana History and Genealogy-AboutA noted New Orleans writer and historian, Dr. Hall has written four books, and developed and edited Databases for the Study of Afro-Louisiana History and

Freedman's Bank Records: Breakthrough in Black Family History Research
The official Internet site of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Cyndi's List - African-AmericanMost of the mailing list links below point to this site, wonderfully maintained by John Fuller. John indexes links for all known genealogy mailing lists, ...

Pennsylvania Volunteers of the Civil War

Genealogy World at Enoch.com

Addison County, Vermont GenWeb

Williamson County, Illinois

Podkarpackie Province, Poland

Lawrence County and North Alabama

Family Tree Searcher

Michigan Ancestry Tracer

Genealogy Workshop & Family Research Resources

Michigan Polonia

MacLinks' Family Connection Genealogy WebSites

Michigan Family History Network

Barry Dunagan's Gibson County, Tennessee

Seminole Nation, I.T.

Genealogy: Advice for Effective Searches

UKAncestor.com

Genealogical Journeys In Time

Choctaw County Oklahoma GenWeb

Genealogy Finds

 

GENEALOGY RESOURCES ON THE INTERNET

AFRICAN-AMERICAN RESOURCES

URL: http://www-personal.umich.edu/~cgaunt/afram.html

Last update: Monday, 04-Sep-2000 22:26:12 EDT by Chris Gaunt.
Links last checked 20-Feb-2000.



African-American Genealogy Ring
http://afamgenealogy.ourfamily.com/
A web ring set up for sites containing African American family history.
African American Genealogical Society of Northern California
http://www.aagsnc.org
Afrigeneas Web page
http://www.afrigeneas.com/
Black Studies: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications
http://www.nara.gov/publications/microfilm/blackstudies/blackstd.html
Be sure to read the info in Part 1. It gives an introduction, info on how to order microfilm, and where the regional archives branches are. Each of the parts begins with a listing of what is included in all parts.
Christine's Genealogy Website
http://ccharity.com/
Free African Americans of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland, and Delaware
http://www.freeafricanamericans.com/
This site has information on the history of the African American families which were free during the colonial period in VA, NC, SC, MD, and DE. Maintained by Paul Heinegg.
The Underground Railroad in Iowa
http://www.sos.state.ia.us/redbook/history/7-2.html
Small Towns, Black Lives: The Cemetery (by Wendel White)
http://www.blacktowns.org/
The small town is/was Port Republic, NJ. Need graphic browser to view photos.
Afro-American Sources in Virginia, A Guide to Manuscripts, by Michael Plunkett
http://www.upress.virginia.edu/plunkett/mfp.html
An excellent compilation of manuscripts in Virginian libraries that have references to slaves. Includes a search form to search the entire work.
The African-American Mosaic -- A Library of Congress Resource Guide for the Study of Black History and Culture
http://lcweb.loc.gov/exhibits/african/intro.html
History and culture rather than genealogy.
Black/African Resources (McGee)
http://www.sas.upenn.edu/African_Studies/Home_Page/mcgee.html
African-American Collection (University of Missouri-St.Louis)
gopher://gopher.umsl.edu/11/library/subjects/blackstu
or http://www.umsl.edu/~whmc/whmblack/index.html
African American Heritage of St. Louis / St. Louis Pub. Lib, 1992
gopher://gopher.umsl.edu/11/library/subjects/blackstu/sta0000
Items of Historical Interest - Black and African American Studies
gopher://gopher.umsl.edu/11/library/subjects/blackstu/blackhis
Alabama Slave Project
http://www.dnaco.net/~diva1/
Researching Your African-American Roots at the Alabama Archives
http://www.archives.state.al.us/whatsnew/afropr.html
Information on a workshop to be held February 20th at the Alabama Archives.
Georgia's Slave Population in Legal Records: Where and How to Look
http://www.rootsweb.com/~gapike/slave.htm
Written by David E. Paterson, this site gives helpful information on how to research slave ancestry using courthouse records.
African-American Experience in Ohio 1850-1920
http://dbs.ohiohistory.org/africanam/
Searchable database of sources from the Ohio Historical Society which includes manuscript collections, newspaper articles, serials, photographs, and pamphlets. Both the digital image and the text of the image are displayed. Searchable via keyword on each of the mediums or just one, or browsable. Part of the Library of Congress's "American Memory".
Mailing lists
AFRIGENEAS (African ancestored)
AFROAM-L (African Americans)
AL-AfricaAmer (African American genealogy in Alabama)
blackadoptiontriad (African-Americans affected by the adoption experience)
BLACKWARHEROS (Black Americans who were "heros" during any war)
GEN-AFRICAN (African genealogy)
OH-AfricaAmer (African American genealogy in Ohio)
OH-CW-AfricaAmer (African Americans who fought in the Civil War)
POCSOUTH (African American genealogists doing research in the thirteen southern United States)
SLAVEINFO (genealogical data about slaves in the United States)
Sudan mailing lists

African American Genealogy

Genealogy resources for African American genealogy research and African American history are often difficult to find since written records were not always kept.  Many African American resources are included here in the hopes they will help with your research. 
  


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