This Week's Pod Cast
Welcome back! My name is Angela Walton-Raji and this is the African Roots Podcast! You can always reach me at AfricanRootsPodcast@gmail.com .
Baltimore Family History All Day Program
Saturday September 11, 2010
Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian
Blended Families. Tracing African & Native American Ancestors
New York Facility. Gustave Heye Center, NYC
September 18, 2010
Five Tribes Story Conference,
September 24-25, 2010
31st Annual AAHGS Conference
University of Maryland, Conference Center, Adelphi MD
November 12-13th Atlanta GA
Family History Expo, Gwinett Center, Duluth GA
The Civil War in Arkansas
January 28-29, 2011, Ft. Smith Arkansas
May 21, 2011
Eiteljorg Museum, Indianapolis IN
Researching Native American Ancestors, in African American Families
With fall workshops coming up and the end of the year quickly approaching, it it perhaps time to consider plans for next year’s season of workshops and events. To expand your own horizons, here are some suggestions:
Visit some new features on old sites—such as the Family Search Wiki.
Thanks to a recent post on Low Country Africana a guest blogger Robin Foster revealed some practical features of the new wiki on Family Search. org’s site, and I applied some of her suggested methods and learned about some new resources in the places that I research. Thanks to both Robin and to Low County Africana for a great article!
That kind of article inspires all of us to put more energy into the resources that we use. Explore new sites, new blogs and click on some of those links that you might not ordinarily click on and see what you might learn!
Well—-another week’s show comes to an end. Thanks for listening, and let me hear from you!
In the meantime, keep researching, keep documenting, and keep sharing what you find!