is the Web site of the national office of the Afro-American
Historical and Genealogical Society and a link to its other
||This is a useful Web site for people interested in
researching African Americans with Native American connections. It also
offers links to other organizations and resources with such a focus.
|This is one of the most comprehensive and helpful
sites for African American researches. It provides direct
links to many other useful sites.
|Christine's Genealogy List
specializes in African American genealogy resources and links.
site is a route to many diverse genealogy sites across the country.
|Civil War Slave
site provides a
searchable index to slaves who enlisted or were
the U.S. military during the Civil War. Maintained by the St. Louis
County Library in St. Louis, Mo., the site allows visitors to search
slave compensation claims filed against the federal govenment by loyal
slave owners whose slaves fought for Union forces. You can search
the index by either the former slave's name, or the former
owner's name. The claims come from slave owners in Delaware, Kentucky,
Maryland, Missouri, Tennessee and West Virginia.
the American South
information about the lives and times of people in southern
colonies/states. It is sponsored by the University Library at the
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Its purpose is to provide
access to digitized primary source records and images so people can
learn about the history of southern America.
||This site offers useful information online, and
gives a guide to useful data sources available through the
National Archives system. It does not
include the records of the Freedmen's Bank, which can be consulted at
regional or national offices of the National Archives.
|Genealogical Sleuth Page
page was compiled and is maintained by ProGenealogists, a for-profit
genealogical research company. It lists searchable on-line genealogy
databases and useful tools. Some sites require subscriptions. These
sites are indicated by a dollar sign ($). Other sites are free.
of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints has
the most extensive collection anywhere of genealogy
relevant information, some of which can be directly accessed free of
charge. At the site, you can identify resources that can be ordered and
perused through local Mormon Family Centers. This collection
increasing its coverage of persons and communities of African American
||This is the genealogy section
of the U.S. National Archives and Records
Administration Web site. It offers some material online and can guide
the researcher to a wealth of resources available at regional branches,
at national repositories, and/or that can be ordered on microfilm.
||This Web site is another source for links to
information on almost all the Native American nations officially
recognized by the U.S. government.
|State Archives and genealogy resources in other
in this site for state-by-state genealogy resources, including the
District of Columbia.