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African American Genealogy (CON)*
June 3 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm EDT
I’ve Traced My Family Back to 1870, Now What? Shamele Jordon explores ways to confront the unique challenges involved in researching African American ancestors before 1870. Learn sources and techniques to locate ancestors during the reconstruction and enslavement eras. Get prepared genealogically and historically.
Participate virtually from home or at the Concord Library. Presented in partnership with KAA-MaCC. Registration required: call 704-920-2061 or email email@example.com.
This program is part of the African American Genealogy series, led by genealogy educators from Black GenEx. These professional genealogists specialize in teaching methods and strategies for researching African American family history.