Good Historic Records
BLACK HISTORY-Washington D.C.
BLACK HISTORY -South Carolina
BLACK HISTORY -New Orleans
BLACK HISTORY -Virginia
Black history Books
documentaries on DVD's
BLACK Genealogy Research Tools
Black Celebrity Genealogy
Research and Presentation
Your Next Family
BLACK HISTORY MONTH 2013
Black History In Washington DC
Washington, DC is one of the largest and most prominent black-dominated communities in the United States.
Washington, DC, attracted large numbers of blacks after the Civil War. By 1960 the city had a black majority population.
Washington became the center of black political organizations and famous civil rights
movement marches in the 1960s.
Many alive today who shared in the civil rights movements of the late 60's
did not think they would live to see the day when an African American was
elected as President of the United States. Still they were confident
the day would come.
Visit the Washington District of Columbia Museums.
America's national educational facility with 18 museums, 9 research centers
and 120 affiliates around the world.
Enjoy the following titles:
"We Rise To Tell The Story"
"Legends Live Among Us"
"Teach Them How"
"Finding Our Way Back Home"
"This You Gave Me"
Poetic Art here.
TRIPS TO HISTORIC SITES
Black History-Washington D.C.
Black History -South Carolina
Black History -New Orleans
Black History -Virginia
Discover Your Family History
Learn how folks are enriching their lives discovering their family heritage and making history
at the same time.
Discovering Your Family History
Learn how folks are discovering their family heritage and making history
at the same time.
|Planning Your Next Family Reunion?
throwing a family reunion?
Learn how to plan a family reunion event they won't soon forget.
Award Winning Family Reunion Planning Software Designer Mark Askew
Reveals the secrets to family reunion planning success.
TRACE YOUR HISTORY BACK TO AFRICA
Oprah Winfrey takes a fascinating emotional
journey to her ancestors residence in Africa
With today's technology and changing climate in Africa the doors are
open to help African Americans trace their lineage to the Motherland ancestral trade
locations, cities, tribes and more. Start
HOW TO RECORD AND PRESENT YOUR FAMILY HISTORY
NEW ORLEANS REMEMBERED
An artist remembers a jazzy romantic New Orleans night following a recent
trip with his wife of 25 years. Enter the gallery here.
Family History In Portrait Art
Society establishes it's place in history through records, media and art. From Africa
to America and back. Families are combining pictures of African
ancestors contemporary African family members and African Americans creating
a rich heritage
in art form. Learn how to record and present your family history
in beautiful decorative biographical
style portrait art.