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Case studies in Afro-American genealogy

David T. Thackery

Case studies in Afro-American genealogy

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Published by Newberry Library in Chicago .
Written in English

  • African Americans -- Genealogy.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby David T. Thackery and Dee Woodtor.
    ContributionsWoodtor, Dee.
    LC ClassificationsE185.96 .T42 1989
    The Physical Object
    Pagination43 p. :
    Number of Pages43
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1769024M
    ISBN 100911028420
    LC Control Number92120771

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Case Studies in Afro-American Genealogy, Next. Case Studies in Afro-American Genealogy, Many people seek a sense of history through their own family and ancestors. Genealogical experts suggest beginning with current family stories, tracing them back in time and using documentary evidence to confirm and add to those stories.

Case Studies in Afro-American Genealogy. Chicago: Newberry Library, Four case studies using different methodological approaches as examples for guiding research in other cases.

Woodtor, Dee Parmer. Finding a Place Called Home: A Guide to African American Genealogy and Historical Identity. New York: Random House, Neither the vast power of slavery nor its legacy of racism could quench the thirst for freedom or the struggle of black families for knowledge of their history Thus genealogy and history, in the passing of family ancestries and histories from one generation to the next (most often by word of mouth) have been a central concern of black Americans throughout their existence.

Guides to research formulated for particular ethnic or religious groups may be located by consulting the online catalog under the name of the group or nationality (e.g., “African Americans–Genealogy,” “German-Americans–Genealogy”).

The following are a few research aids for African-American genealogy. Genealogy--bibliography. A Bibliography of Books on Black Genealogy. Raleigh, N.C. (PO BoxRaleigh, NC ): North Carolina Afro-American Genealogical Society, [] 5 leaves.

LC call number: ZN39B LC card number:   African American genealogy research can be difficult and sometimes requires thinking outside of the box. There are several resources outside of U.S. Census records that can provide information or clues to further your research.

Freedmen’s Bureau Records – The Bureau was created to provide assistance to the thousands of newly freed slaves. Un Black Studies: A Select Catalog of National Archives Microfilm Publications Jb Blacks in the American West and Beyond – America, Canada, and Mexico: A Selectively Annotated Bibliography T32c Case Studies in Afro-American Genealogy (Thackery & Woodtor).

Afro-American Genealogy VIDEO VREF CONT A video recording of a discussion about the process involved in African-American genealogy research. Finding Oprah’s Roots – Finding your Own Gates, H.

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Ancestry’s Guide to Research: Case Studies in American Genealogy. Salt Lake City, UT: Ancestry, Call # CSC46 (open shelf). One of the case studies is African American.

Day, Aaron L. Locating Free African American Ancestors: A Beginners Guide. Anaheim, CA: Carlberg Press, Call # folio E File Size: KB. Books. African American Genealogical Research: How to Trace Your Family History by Paul R.

Begley, Alexia J. Helsley and Steven D. Tuttle (South Carolina Department of Archives and History); African-American Genealogical Sourcebook edited by Paula K. Byers (Gale Group); African American Genealogy: A Bibliography and Guide to Sources by Curt Witcher (Round Tower Books) Available.

One of the ways in which Woodtor encouraged African Americans to explore their origins was to write genealogy resource materials, such as Case Studies in Afro-American Genealogy, which she wrote as "Dee" Woodtor, with David T. Thackery, and A Place Called Down Home: An African-American Guide to Genealogy and Historical Identity, which she wrote.

Trace, document, record, and write your family's history with this easy-to-read, step-by-step authoritative guide. Finally, here is the fun, easy-to-use guide that African Americans have been waiting for since Alex Haley published Roots more than twenty-five years : Beth Hayden.

African American genealogy: a bibliography and guide to sources. Fort Wayne, IN: Round Tower Books, p. E W57 ; Woodtor, Dee. Finding a place called home: a guide to African-American genealogy and historical identity. New York: Random House, c xi, p.

E W69 ; Young, Tommie M. Afro-American genealogy. Slave Genealogy: A Research Guide with Case Studies by David H.

Streets Slave Ancestral Research, It’s Something Else by Mary L. Jackson Fears A Student’s Guide to African American Genealogy by Anne E. Johnson & Adam Merton Cooper Other recommended reading: The Source, Loretto Dennis Szucs The Red Book, Alice Eicholz.

family genealogies that are being published; the many Afro-American. genealogical societies and interest groups that are forming; and the wide choice of workshops, conferences, and classroom lectures in Afro-American genealogy that are offered each year.

Despite this obvious interest in Afro-American genealogy, there are. Three case studies (drawn from the records of Wayne County, Kentucky) demonstrate research methods and types of analysis to be employed.

Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions Abstracts of minutes, by county, of the County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions held in the State Archives of NC; county and date coverage varies.

Slave Genealogy: A Research Guide with Case Studies by David H. Streets. Slaves in the Family by Edward Ball. Southern Slavery and the Law, by Thomas D. Morris (University of North Carolina Press) A Student’s Guide to African American Genealogy by Anne Johnson. Dissertations from PDF.

A Papered Freedom: Self-Purchase and Compensated Manumission in the Antebellum United States, Julia Bernier, Afro-American Studies.

PDF ‘Woman thou art loosed’: Black Female Sexuality Unhinged in the Fiction of Frances Harper and Pauline Hopkins, Crystal Donkor, Afro-American Studies.

PDF. Afro-American Genealogy Sourcebook by Tommie M. Young Call Number: Swem Stacks EY67 and vividly demonstrates-with three case studies drawn from the records of Wayne County, Kentucky-the research methods and types "In this book, Richard Hayes Phillips has collected the names of more than five thousand children kidnapped Author: Swem Library.

About Architecture in Black. Based on analysis of historical, philosophical, and semiotic texts, Architecture in Black presents a systematic examination of the theoretical relationship between architecture and blackness. Now updated, this original study draws on a wider range of case studies, highlighting the racial techniques that can legitimize modern historicity, philosophy and.

Finding Your African American Ancestors takes you through your ancestors' transition from slavery to freedom, and helps you find them using the federal census, plantation records, and other helpful sources. The book also considers ways to locate runaway slave advertisements, to identify an ancestor's military regiment, and to access the Reviews: 1.

Advancing the knowledge and documentation of African Americans in American history. Preserving African-American genealogy, cultural diversity and genealogical information nationwide.

Promoting research techniques and information through scholarly research, national publications and journals, and through national conferences and webinars. Slave Genealogy: A Research Guide With Case Studies by David H.

Streets A Genealogist's Guide to Discovering Your African-American Ancestors: How to Find and Record Your Unique Heritage by Franklin Carter Smith; Emily Anne CroomAuthor: Kaitlyn Tanis. African American Genealogy How to conduct African American genealogical research.

Do-it-yourself genealogical research has become a popular hobby for millions of Americans. The African American Studies Reader, 2nd Edition This is an expanded and revised edition ofThe African American Studies Readerthat was the first of its kind when it originally appeared in It is the most comprehen-sive and authoritative anthology of African American Studies.

In our opinion, it re-File Size: KB. Slave genealogy: a research guide with case studies. Streets, avid H. Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, GEN STREETS Washington Newspapers Available at Washington State Library Cayton's Weekly /Cayton’s Monthly.

Seattle: July March Became Cayton's Monthly February ; ceased March The Enterprise. Seattle. The Afro-American Press and Its Editors, by Penn I.

Garland Reviews African-American magazines and newspapers published between and You may also want to look into Slave Genealogy: A Research Guide with Case Studies by David H. Streets. Post Research.

For individuals who lived afteryou can generally use the same. Afro-American Genealogy Sourcebook by Tommie Morton Young. Y Black Genealogy by Charles L.

Blockson with Ron Fry. B Black Genealogy - How to Begin by James D. Walker. W Black Genesis: A Resource Book for African-American Genealogy, 2nd ed., by James M. Rose & Alice Eichholz. R YOU Afro-American genealogy sourcebook CHI GR Ancestors, years in the life of a Chinese family ASI Asian-American genealogical sourcebook ETH Ethnic genealogy CHA In search of your Asian roots Atlases & Maps SAL American expansion, a.

Includes didactic case studies from a renowned researcher of African American genealogy (the author) and other researchers, and many images of sample genealogical documents with feedback on how to make use of them. Smith, Franklin Carter. Slave Genealogy: A Research Guide With Case Studies by David H.

Streets. S A Student's Guide to African American Genealogy by Anne E. Johnson and Adam Merton Cooper. J David H. Streets, Slave Genealogy: a Research Guide with Case Studies (Bowie, Md.: Heritage Books, ) Heather Andrea Williams, Help Me to Find My People: The African American Search for.

Afro American Historical and Genealogical Society, Inc.-Washington, DC, Washington D. likes. We provide a focal point for people interested in the research, development, preservation and 5/5.

CAAGRI (Cah-GRee). CAAGRI, The Center for African American Genealogical Research, Inc. (CAAGRI), is a (c) 3 non-profit organization esatablished in The goals of CAAGRI are to reunite as many African families in the Diaspora as possible using the genealogy research tools, historical narratives and genetic DNA analysis wherever possible.

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Clarke, Robert L., ed. Afro-American History: Sources for Research. Washington, D.C.: Howard University Press, Contains a series of detailed essays on the use of various federal records for studying African American history and genealogy. (A,N). Chicago Public Library, Woodson Regional Library, Vivian G.

Harsh Research Collection of Afro-American History and Literature. The Afro-American Genealogical and Historical Society of Chicago was formed to preserve and perpetuate the historic records of African American ancestors and to promote the study of history and genealogy.

Washington, DC: Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society, Serial. /GC W27aai/ Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society Journal. Washington, DC: Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society, v, /Periodical/ Beasley, Donna. Family Pride: The Complete Guide to Tracing African-American Genealogy.Genealogy Bookstore - African American.

The following are individual book titles of interest for this topic. The book links below point to the bookstore online where you may purchase the book if you wish. These links are provided to bring these published resources to your attention as an aid to your research.Research Guide to African-American Genealogical Resources In recent years many black Americans have begun to take pride in their African heritage and to look for information about the past.

Although tracing African-American genealogy can be difficult, it is no longer considered impossible.