People of color have often lived in communities where they were drastically in the minority. In episode 99, we’ll cover the ways you can unearth the story of your ancestors when it seems as though they were the only folks like them living in their community.
Did you miss BlackProGen LIVE! Ep 92? Don’t worry click on the video below.
“In 1871, Congress established the Commissioners of Claims (Southern Claims Commission) to review and make recommendations and potential reimbursements for the claims of southern loyalists who “furnished stores and supplies for the use of the U.S. Army” during the Civil War. Additionally, Congressional Records can be a goldmine for first person accounts from ancestors, their communities, and more. During episode 91, learn more about these crucial record sets and how to find ancestors within them.”
Did you miss Episode 82? Don’t worry, you can check it out now.
“Finding and tracing our female ancestors can be a monumental task. In this episode, we’ll discuss the ways a researcher can unearth and track the women in our families and preserve their stories despite what may seem like a lack of records.”
Did you miss BlackProGen LIVE Episode 56? Don’t worry check it out below.
Be sure to watch webisode 35 Tuesday, June 20th: People of color communities thrive on social and community interaction. Learn about the history of religious, fraternal, and benevolent groups and how they can add to you already existing genealogy and family history research.
Did your family migrate to New York like mine or New Jersey? Watch this webisode of BlackProGen LIVE as the panel discuss resources and more for people researching the northeast!