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AfricaMap http://worldmap.harvard.edu/africamap Harvard’s Center for Geographic Analysis maps the slave trade in stunning detail with historical overlays and geographical data. Digital Library on American Slavery http://library.uncg.edu/slavery A new project at this...

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20 Family History Interview Questions

20 Family History Interview Questions By Family Tree Editors PREMIUM Use these questions to jumpstart your family history interview. Want to hear your relatives’ stories, but not sure where to start? The best tactics for family history interviews are to ask open-ended...

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Black Indians in the United States

Black Indians in the United States Black Indians are people of mixed African-American and Native American heritage, who have strong ties to Native American culture.[2] Many Indigenous peoples of the Eastern Woodlands, such as the Narragansett, Pequot, Lumbee and...

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Find Your Ancestors in Newspapers

How many times have you searched for an ancestor in the newspaper archives and either found no results or far too many results? Follow these tips to find your elusive ancestor, no matter where they are hiding in those thousands of pages of print. Pre-Search Analysis...

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Definition of American

Throughout history, many names have been placed upon Aboriginal Americans, especially of Northeast and Southeast America. Some of those names of the original eastern woodland inhabitants and their descendants include the following misleading labels: Savages, Indians,...

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Throughout my career, I’ve used my skills for the benefit of others, especially corporations, which made hundreds of thousands of dollars per week, per month, and millions of dollars per year. In return, a yearly salary that amounts to just a fraction of one day’s work, supervision by favored but not highly qualified, forced to follow policies that aren’t really policies, etc. The list goes on, so I decided to use my skills to do what I love to do most, to use my skills to look up information in order to benefit PEOPLE, not corporations.
There are so many blessings that are hidden within each of us that we will never become aware of if we do not pursue the opportunities presented to us. This venture is my opportunity to help others to separate from misinformation and reconnect with the truth. The wicked use fear to maintain control over others. The truth sets you free from fear. My hope is that each of you will gain something from my efforts which will assist you in becoming better able to overcome whatever it is that has a hold over you and your truth.
History is best learned from our family. You are encouraged to research your own past and truth. If you need help, limited search assistance is available. Records are only as good and accurate and the information was given and recorded. You will need to continue to look for answers and information after our efforts are completed.

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Black Indians in the United States

Black Indians in the United States Black Indians are people of mixed African-American and Native American heritage, who have strong ties to Native American culture.[2] Many Indigenous peoples of the Eastern Woodlands, such as the Narragansett, Pequot, Lumbee and...

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Genealogy Websites

AfricaMap http://worldmap.harvard.edu/africamap Harvard’s Center for Geographic Analysis maps the slave trade in stunning detail with historical overlays and geographical data. Digital Library on American Slavery http://library.uncg.edu/slavery A new project at this...

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Genealogy Websites

AfricaMap http://worldmap.harvard.edu/africamap Harvard’s Center for Geographic Analysis maps the slave trade in stunning detail with historical overlays and geographical data. Digital Library on American Slavery http://library.uncg.edu/slavery A new project at this...

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