ALL THE NEW AFRICAN AMERICAN GENEALOGY BLOGS ONLINE……

Since being a part of the new Facebook Group: African-American Genealogy & Slave Ancestry Research I have meet some new Researchers and Bloggers as well.

Within a 4 week period the African American Genealogy Community has grown with some New Bloggers.

I would like to acknowledge them all New & Old:

Echoes of my Nola Past

Our Georgia Roots

Claiming Kin

Conversations with my Ancestors

Georgia Black Crackers

In Honor of my Ancestors

Low Country Africana

My Elusive Kin

Our Alabama Roots

Spence-Lowry Family History

Tanya’s Genealogy Blog

The Family Griot

Tracing Their Footsteps

All Roads Lead to California

Ike Ivory Family

Terrence Garnett’s Family Research

Finding Eliza

Connected by Blood

They Came From Virginia

Caddo Trees

Mississippi Ancestors

A Journey to the Past

Interlock & Interwoven

Cecelia’s Dig

Walking in Irene’s Shoes

The Middlebrooks of Meriwether County

A Home in Missouri

The Book of Barnnarn

Mysteries of my Ancestors

My True Roots

Back Porch Reminiscing

Arteberry-King-Pickney-Richardson Genealogy

Moon-Jackson Army

Pieces of Me

Between the Gate Posts

J-Macs Journey

Daniels is My Name…..

LUKASA

and to our GONE and NOT FORGOTTEN Genealogy Sister:

The TALIAFERRO Project

We are growing our African American Blogging Community daily. Please fill free to stop by and say hello to the new and old Bloggers.

4 Responses to ALL THE NEW AFRICAN AMERICAN GENEALOGY BLOGS ONLINE……

  1. Luckie says:

    I’m VERY proud of the AAGSAR researchers who’ve been able to withstand my ‘tough genea love’ approach to challenge themselves in taking their research to a new level. Well done bloggers! Well done!:)

    Luckie

  2. Kristin says:

    Sometimes we just have to hear and realize it’s something we can do. Before I started, I didn’t read any blogs and hadn’t thought of doing one, even though I had had a family history website back in the days when I had to write it myself with my very primitive html and the help of a friend who taught me how. When I heard your talk and realized how easy it was to start, that was all I needed. Knowledge is powerful if we let it be.

  3. Joann says:

    A great way to acknowledge the group. I’m glad to be part of the team. Thanks Felicia!

  4. I believe their is strength in numbers. We are all like a big family with common interests. Our ancestors stories need to be heard and what better way than learning and encouraging each other. The hardest part about blogging for me was just figuring out what to write. I really enjoy witing and learning to be patiet has allowed me to focus and write what comes to me.

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