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African-American Genealogy Ring
Dedicated to genealogists who are researching
African-American Family Histories.

African-American Genealogy Ring

Alabama African-American Genealogy

Cyndi's List - African-American
Links to Archives, Families, Libraries,
Mailing Lists, Museums, Records, Researchers,
Societies and General Resource Sites.

African-American Historical and Genealogical Resources.
Welcome to The American Local History
Network's African-American Historical and
Genealogical Internet Resources. Find information
and links to wonderful African-American
Sites on the World Wide Web.

African American Warriors
Home page for African-American Warriors.A wealth of information.

African-American Census Schedules
African American census records by state and
by enumeration year. Featuring the Colored
Population Schedules of the 1866 Alabama State Census.

The Afrigeneas Homepage
African American Genealogy and family history.

African-American Women in Tennessee History
Contains biographies and a bibliography for further research.

Maryland's African-American Heritage
Biographies of famous African-American
Marylanders and their quotations, a brief
chronology of the African-American experience
in the state, historical sites and resources.

Christine's Genealogy Website
African American genealogy website featuring
Freedmen's Bureau records, African American
emigrants to Liberia, manumission records, fugitive
slave cases, census records, an African American
genealogy resources directory and more.

African American Cemeteries Online
A database of Black cemeteries.

African American Ogburns
Descendants of slaves who had been
owned by Charles Harrison Ogburn of
Mecklenburg, Virginia and earlier.

African Atlantic Genealogy Society
The organization is comprised of Americans whose
ancestors have had an "African" or an "Atlantic-crossing" experience.

Free African Americans of Va., N.C., S.C., Md., & Delaware
Family history of 500 families who were
free in Va., N.C., S.C., Md. & De. during the colonial period.

Buffalo, New York Obituaries and Funeral Notices
An Index of African American Obituaries and
Funeral Notices: Buffalo, New York

Freedmens Bureau Online
Online transcriptions of the records of the
Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned
Lands (Freedmens Bureau).

Ancestors of Ruth Magby Smith
A Personal web page of an African American
Family well put together.

Etowah County, Alabama genealogy
Etowah County, Alabama genealogy online with
mailing list links and other regional links

Virginia Black History Archives -- Welcome
"Special Collections and Archives James Branch Cabell Library Virginia Commonwealth University"

The African Native Genealogy Homepage
Celebrating the Estelusti ~ The Freedmen ~ Oklahoma's Black
Indians of the Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek,
and Seminole Nations.

Black Indians & InterTribal Native Americans
An online store offering items concerning African
and Native American collective history.

Garrison Freeman
Personal web page dedicated to Civil War
Veteran USCT Garrison Freeman if Maryland

Born Free
350 year history of the Adams - Beckett Family.

Underground Railroad @ nationalgeographic.com

Black Baltimore 1870-1920, Introduction to
Research Project, Maryland State Archives

A Maryland State Archives, Maryland Historical
Trust, Baltimore Heritage Research Collaborative

Pompey Family
Descendants of the Pompey Family of Southern Alabama.

Louisiana Native Guards
The first black soldiers in the Union Army during
the Civil War. The Corps d'Afrique at Port Hudson.

Jenkins-Jeffries-Lee Family Page
Site contains 1,500 individual searchable database.
Also contains family pictures, stories, and extensive
links to additional resources. Lots of information on the site.

Black Facts Online!
Black Facts Online - Your Online Resource for
Black History Information

Slavery Bibliography at the C.W. Post Library
Bibliography related to women and slavery

Missouri State Archives
The repository for state records of permanent
value and serves as a central facility for historical
research. Its holdings date from 1770 and
include: executive, legislative and judicial records; records
of state departments and agencies; land records; military
records; state publications; and manuscript,
photograph and reference collections.

Freedmen of the Frontier
African American Historical and
Genealogical Resource Page of the city of of Ft. Smith Arkansas

Black Quest Resource Links
A comprehensive source and gateway to
African/Afro-American history, culture and society.

Eyes of Glory
Extensive account of early African and Jewish American history.

 


 

 

 

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