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Book Delves Into Genealogy and Opens the Doors to Students



Roadblocks are common when people research their family trees, but it’s even more common for African-Americans to encounter obstacles.

Until 1870, historical records for members of the African-American community were sparse, but there are ways to find the information, according to Dr. Walter Cur...

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