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Georgia Archives to close two weeks each month - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Georgia Archives to close two weeks each month - Atlanta Journal Constitution | African American Genealogy | Scoop.it
GPBGeorgia Archives to close two weeks each monthAtlanta Journal ConstitutionThe Georgia Archives starting Nov.
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Historic Treme neighborhood, New Orleans melting pot, celebrates 200 years of ... - Fox News

Historic Treme neighborhood, New Orleans melting pot, celebrates 200 years of ... - Fox News | African American Genealogy | Scoop.it
Kansas City StarHistoric Treme neighborhood, New Orleans melting pot, celebrates 200 years of ...Fox NewsIt's the site of St.
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Genea-Musings: The LostCousins Website - use it for "Cousin Bait"

Genea-Musings: The LostCousins Website - use it for "Cousin Bait" | African American Genealogy | Scoop.it
The LostCousins Website - use it for "Cousin Bait" http://t.co/i7EHB7HD #Genealogy...
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10,000 Vital Records of Central New York: 1813–1850

10,000 Vital Records of Central New York: 1813–1850 http://t.co/p6IBSdpZ #Genealogy...
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Hampton Roads Genealogy

Hampton Roads Genealogy | African American Genealogy | Scoop.it
A personalized newspaper built from articles, blog posts, videos and photos selected by Nadia K. Orton. (Hampton Roads Genealogy is out!
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DearMYRTLE's Genealogy Blog: SOURCES: Research logs are not proof arguments

DearMYRTLE's Genealogy Blog: SOURCES: Research logs are not proof arguments | African American Genealogy | Scoop.it
RT @freefamilytree: Reading: "DearMYRTLE's Genealogy Blog: SOURCES: Research logs are not proof arguments"( http://t.co/1kzG8rEi )...
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Brazil's first black television channel tackles legacy of 300 years of slavery

Brazil's first black television channel tackles legacy of 300 years of slavery | African American Genealogy | Scoop.it
Brazil's first black television channel came into existence yesterday aiming to bridge the country's racial divide. By Tom Phillips in Sao Paulo.
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Probate records - testamentary and administation bonds

Probate records - testamentary and administation bonds | African American Genealogy | Scoop.it
See the previous article, "Probate records - more than just wills."
When a person died, their estate had to be administered.
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LowCountry Africana : National_Day_of_Listening

LowCountry Africana : National_Day_of_Listening | African American Genealogy | Scoop.it
Lowcountry Africana is dedicated to records of African American genealogy and history in the Lowcountry Southeast, home to the Gullah/Geechee cultural heritage.
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LowCountry Africana Blog » Blog Archive » Spotlight on Listening: Oral History Interview, Dr. Mary Starke Harper

LowCountry Africana Blog » Blog Archive » Spotlight on Listening: Oral History Interview, Dr. Mary Starke Harper | African American Genealogy | Scoop.it
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LowCountry Africana Blog » Blog Archive » Spotlight on Listening III: “It Takes a Mother to Raise a Village” 2009 SEEDS Oral History Project

LowCountry Africana Blog » Blog Archive » Spotlight on Listening III: “It Takes a Mother to Raise a Village” 2009 SEEDS Oral History Project | African American Genealogy | Scoop.it
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Florence, Johnsonville libraries to offer genealogy seminars - SCNow

Florence, Johnsonville libraries to offer genealogy seminars - SCNow | African American Genealogy | Scoop.it
Florence, Johnsonville libraries to offer genealogy seminarsSCNowThese programs are sponsored by a generous grant from the Buskirk family on behalf of the Altman Local History and Genealogy Center of the Johnsonville Public Library.
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Program to focus on Historic Old Town preservation - Topeka Capital Journal

Program to focus on Historic Old Town preservation - Topeka Capital Journal | African American Genealogy | Scoop.it
Program to focus on Historic Old Town preservationTopeka Capital JournalBarb Quaney, of JQ Properties, will present a program on Historic Old Town engagement with historic preservation at 2 p.m.
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Search Tip of the Day: User Guide to the FamilySearch Website

Search Tip of the Day: User Guide to the FamilySearch Website | African American Genealogy | Scoop.it
User Guide to the FamilySearch Website http://t.co/bN4qAEvW #Genealogy...
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New Genealogy Blogs November 26, 2011 | GeneaBloggers

New Genealogy Blogs November 26, 2011 | GeneaBloggers | African American Genealogy | Scoop.it
4 newly-discovered genealogy blogs this week at GeneaBloggers covering all types of genealogy!
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Genealogy Conferences: Helping Your Family Research

Genealogy Conferences: Helping Your Family Research | African American Genealogy | Scoop.it
By attending, you can benefit your family-ancestry research in many ways.
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Archives.com Partners with Family Tree DNA to Offer DNA Testing ...

Archives.com Partners with Family Tree DNA to Offer DNA Testing ... | African American Genealogy | Scoop.it
The DAILY genealogy technology newsletter for genealogy consumers, packed with straight talk - hold the sugar coating - whether the vendors like it or not! This is the most popular online genealogy magazine in the world, ...
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Learning by Example to Overcome Your Toughest Genealogy Problems

“Learning by Example to Overcome Your Toughest Genealogy Problems” http://t.co/5acYwOi2 on The GenealogyBlog...
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Today's Document from the National Archives

Today's Document from the National Archives | African American Genealogy | Scoop.it
Today\'s Document -- Telegram from Harpo Marx (RT @LettersOfNote: Happy birthday Harpo Marx.)...
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It Must Be a Brain Cloud ~ Or Other Blames on Genetics and Family Inheritances

It Must Be a Brain Cloud ~ Or Other Blames on Genetics and Family Inheritances | African American Genealogy | Scoop.it
Several years ago, I looked up at the monitor during a genealogy history writing session and thought my computer had gone wild.  All of the letters in the words I...
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LowCountry Africana Blog » Blog Archive » Slave Dwelling Project Sets 2012 Schedule

LowCountry Africana Blog » Blog Archive » Slave Dwelling Project Sets 2012 Schedule | African American Genealogy | Scoop.it
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LowCountry Africana Blog » Blog Archive » Spotlight on Listening IV: Tank Town: An Oral History of Matthews, NC

LowCountry Africana Blog » Blog Archive » Spotlight on Listening IV: Tank Town: An Oral History of Matthews, NC | African American Genealogy | Scoop.it
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LowCountry Africana Blog » Blog Archive » Spotlight on Listening 2: Oral History Interview, Mrs. Ann Nixon Cooper

LowCountry Africana Blog » Blog Archive » Spotlight on Listening 2: Oral History Interview, Mrs. Ann Nixon Cooper | African American Genealogy | Scoop.it
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