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Kindred by Octavia E. Butler Book Review
Kindred is a look into the past. Dana, a young African American woman, finds herself, with her white husband,in the mid 1800's slave era sent to save her ancestor from death - so she would be born. This novel very vividly puts us into the slavery era and shows how strong black families survived.
Roots Television is a great site that is excellent for genealogist in their learning endeavor. check out "Are you Smarter Than a Gradeschool Genealogist?"
Time Saving Tips
Time is something a genealogist holds dear; there never seems to be enough hours in a day. Here are some tips to try and find more time to devote to family research.
Message Boards and how they can assist in research
Cherokee Payment Rolls & Census
Description of Cherokee Payment Rolls & Census - Eastern Cherokee Census Rolls
BYU Genealogy & Family History Resources
The Brigham Young University (BYU) Family History & Genealogy Resources webpage is a great source for genealogy information. The following are just a few of the features this site offers.
Use Vacations for Genealogy
Tips for incorporating Genealogy into your family vacation
African American Military Research Sources
Here are some African American research sources that I think will be helpful in your research of your military ancestors. African Americans participated in every war that the United States engaged in.
Land records are a transfer of real (not personal) property. Come read more about how land records can help you in your research.
Arizona is a beautiful western state. When I was a young girl, my family visited Arizona and I enjoyed seeing the sights and visiting with the wonderful people. Come learn more about Arizona and take advantage of some AZ Genealogy Links.
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