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Genealogical lectures on tape : Afro-American research

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Genealogical lectures on tape : Afro-American research
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Genealogical lectures on tape : Afro-American research
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eng
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non fiction
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Mills, Donna Rachal
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  • Burroughs, Tony
  • DuBois, Eugene Eli
  • Morton-Young, Tommie
  • Peters, Joan W
  • Battle, Thelma
  • Lovett, Bobby
  • June, David V
  • Jones, Barnetta
  • Helsley, Alexia Jones
Series statement
  • Genealogical seminar lectures on audio cassettes
  • Genealogical seminar lectures on audio cassettes
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  • Buffalo soldiers
  • Underground Railroad
  • Military records
  • Freedman's Savings and Trust Company
  • Freedman's Bureau
  • Genealogy
  • African Americans
  • United States
  • Virginia
Label
Genealogical lectures on tape : Afro-American research
Instantiates
Note
  • Many of the audio cassettes in this series have the accompanying notes and bibliographies furnished by the speaker
  • These lectures were records at annual conferences of the National Genealogical Society, Federation of Genealogical Societies, or seminars sponsored by the North Carolina Genealogical Society
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volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Box #1: Tracing African-Americans in cities and towns, by Tony Burroughs -- Out of the mouths of slaves, by Tony Burroughs -- The continuing dilemmas in African-American genealogical research, by Eugene Eli DuBois -- Intermediate African-American genealogy by Tony Burroughs -- Freedmen's Bureau research, by Tony Burroughs -- After the census in African-American genealogy, by Tony Burroughs -- Locating obituaries for African-Americans, by Tony Burroughs -- Using the LDS [Latter Day Saints] for African-American genealogy, by Tony Burroughs
  • Box #2: African American Genealogy : New insights using traditional and less traditional methods, by Tommie Morton-Young -- Problem solving in African American genealogy, by Tony Burroughs -- Blacks in the West and Buffalo soldiers, by Tony Burroughs -- Researching Buffalo soldiers, by Tony Burroughs
  • Virginia Law, slavery, and the free Negro, by Joan W. Peters -- African American genealogical research in South Carolina, by Alexia Jones Helsley -- African American genealogical historical research in Tennessee, by Tommie Morton- Young, Thelma Battle, Bobby Lovett -- Virginia Sources for African American family history research : Local family history research, by Joan W. Peters -- Then what happened? The Underground Railroad in Canada, by Dean V. June -- African American research in North Carolina, by Barnetta White -- Tracing the untraceable : Free People of Color in the Ante-Bellum South, by Donna Rachel Mills
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Label
Genealogical lectures on tape : Afro-American research
Note
  • Many of the audio cassettes in this series have the accompanying notes and bibliographies furnished by the speaker
  • These lectures were records at annual conferences of the National Genealogical Society, Federation of Genealogical Societies, or seminars sponsored by the North Carolina Genealogical Society
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Box #1: Tracing African-Americans in cities and towns, by Tony Burroughs -- Out of the mouths of slaves, by Tony Burroughs -- The continuing dilemmas in African-American genealogical research, by Eugene Eli DuBois -- Intermediate African-American genealogy by Tony Burroughs -- Freedmen's Bureau research, by Tony Burroughs -- After the census in African-American genealogy, by Tony Burroughs -- Locating obituaries for African-Americans, by Tony Burroughs -- Using the LDS [Latter Day Saints] for African-American genealogy, by Tony Burroughs
  • Box #2: African American Genealogy : New insights using traditional and less traditional methods, by Tommie Morton-Young -- Problem solving in African American genealogy, by Tony Burroughs -- Blacks in the West and Buffalo soldiers, by Tony Burroughs -- Researching Buffalo soldiers, by Tony Burroughs
  • Virginia Law, slavery, and the free Negro, by Joan W. Peters -- African American genealogical research in South Carolina, by Alexia Jones Helsley -- African American genealogical historical research in Tennessee, by Tommie Morton- Young, Thelma Battle, Bobby Lovett -- Virginia Sources for African American family history research : Local family history research, by Joan W. Peters -- Then what happened? The Underground Railroad in Canada, by Dean V. June -- African American research in North Carolina, by Barnetta White -- Tracing the untraceable : Free People of Color in the Ante-Bellum South, by Donna Rachel Mills
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n

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