A note about why we need to take responsibility for our low down ancestors and stop expecting the recipients of their wrongdoing to respond how we want them to.
east carroll parish
The story of a fugitive slave turned Civil War veteran whose bravery helped me break through a more than 100 year old genealogical brick wall.
200+ researchers and family historians focused on african american genealogy descended on music city from October 10-13, 2013 the 34th AAHGS conference.
news flash: i come from regular old folks. so do you. and their genealogy is just as important as your kings, queens, patriots, and all that other stuff. do the hard work for the living too. it’s worth it.
we’re two weeks out from the 2012 election in the u.s. as the opinion polls circulate, the debates draw to a close, and voter ID laws continue to confuse us all, i was lead back to election 2008 basket. yes, i have a basket. lol i collected magazines, newspapers, and anything i thought i’d want