DGS’s African American Interest Group Meets This Sat, Nov 19

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The November meeting of the Dallas Genealogical Society’s African American Genealogical Interest Group is this Saturday at 2pm on the first floor of the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library, 1515 Young Street, Dallas, 75201.

The group discusses issues and explores areas of research unique to the African American community, including census research, reconstruction and Freedman Bureau records, NARA combined military records of the U.S. Colored Troops, Plantation Slave records, Slave schedules and other records that provide information for this special area of genealogy research.

The meeting is free and open to the public.

Leader: Lois Lilly, AAGIG@dallasgenealogy.org.

DGS African American Interest Group Meets This Sat, the 15th

AAGIG SIG

The October monthly meeting of the Dallas Genealogical Society’s African American Genealogical Interest Group will be held this Saturday, the 15th,  from 2-4:45pm, on the first floor of the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library, 1515 Young Street, Dallas, 75201.

The AAGIG discusses and explores areas of research unique to the African American community.

Meetings are free and open to the public.

DGS Monthly Meeting is This Sat, 10 Sep

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Please join us for our September Monthly Meeting, September 10, in the 1st floor Auditorium of the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library, 1515 Young Street, Dallas, TX  75201.

Hospitality time begins at 10:30, followed by a brief DGS business meeting at 11am (which includes a membership vote on the 2016-2017 budget). The program will begin about 11:20am.

Our program speaker is DGS Life Member Shirley Sloat. Her presentation is titled “It takes a village…… to produce a book preserving the memories of the only living grandchild of two Georgia slaves (Estelle Mitchell Adams, pictured above) who came in a wagon with nine children to Wheelock, Texas, in 1894”.

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DGS African-American Interest Group Meets This Saturday, May 21

The May meeting of the Dallas Genealogical Society’s African American Genealogical Interest Group is this Saturday, May 21 from 2pm-4:45pm on the first floor of the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library 1515 Young Street, Dallas, 75201.

The AAGIG discusses and explores areas of research unique to the African American community, including census research, reconstruction and Freedman Bureau records, NARA combined military records of the U.S. Colored Troops, Plantation Slave records, Slave schedules and other records that provide information for this special area of genealogy research.

Meetings are free and open to the public.

Leader: Lois Lilly. AAGIG@dallasgenealogy.org.

AAGIG SIG

DGS African American Interest Group Meets Saturday, April 16

The April meeting of Dallas Genealogical Society’s African American Genealogical Interest Group is this Saturday, the 16th. The group will meet on the first floor of the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library, 1515 Young Street, Dallas, TX, 75201 from 2 to 4:45 pm.

AAGIG discusses and explores areas of research unique to the African American community. Expert researchers and speakers make presentations on Slavery, customs, tradition, state laws, and the techniques and methods used in their research.

Leader: Lois Lilly, AAGIG@dallasgenealogy.org.

The meetings are free and open to the public.

AAGIG SIG

DGS’s African American SIG Meets Saturday, March 19

The African American Genealogical Interest Group of the Dallas Genealogical Society will hold its March meeting this Saturday, the 19th. The group will meet in the West Room on the first floor of the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library from 2pm – 4:45pm. Address – 1515 Young Street, Dallas, TX 75201.

AAGIG discusses and explores areas of research unique to the African American community. The group studies a variety of sources, including census research, reconstruction and Freedman Bureau records, NARA combined military records of the U.S. Colored Troops, Plantation Slave records, Slave schedules and other records that provide information for this special area of genealogy research. Expert researchers and speakers make presentations on Slavery, customs, tradition, state laws, and the techniques and methods used in their research.

The meeting is free and open to the public.

Leader: Lois Lilly, AAGIG@dallasgenealogy.org.

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DGS African American SIG Meets Saturday, Feb 20

The February meeting of the African American Genealogical Interest Group will meet on Saturday, February 20 from 2 2 – 4:45 pm in the East/West Rooms on the first floor of the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library, 1515 Young Street, Dallas, TX 75201.

AAGIG SIGThe AAGIG discusses and explores areas of research unique to the African American community. The group discusses a variety of  sources that provide information for this special area of genealogy research. Expert researchers and speakers make presentations on Slavery, customs, tradition, state laws, and the techniques and methods used in their research.

Meetings are free and open to the public. Please join the group for a special Black History Month program.

Contact: AAGIG@dallasgenealogy.org

DGS African-American Genealogical Interest Group Meets Saturday, January 16

The African-American Genealogical Interest Group of the Dallas Genealogical Society meets tomorrow from 2 – 4:45 pm on the first floor of the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library in downtown Dallas. MAP

The group discusses and explores areas of research unique to the African American community. It uses a variety of sources, including Census research, reconstruction and Freedman Bureau records, NARA combined military records of the U.S. Colored Troops, Plantation Slave records, Slave schedules and other records that provide information for this special area of genealogy research.

Expert researchers and speakers make presentations on Slavery, customs, tradition, state laws, and the techniques and methods used in their research.

Meetings are free and open to the public.

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African American Genealogical Interest Group meets this Saturday, November 21

The Dallas Genealogical Society’s African American Genealogical Interest Group will hold its November meeting on Saturday the 21st from 2 pm to 4:45 pm in the West Room on the 1st floor of the J.Erik Jonsson Central Library in downtown Dallas.  Map

tiersThe AAGIG discusses and explores areas of research unique to the African American community including census research, Reconstruction and Freedman Bureau records, NARA combined military records of the U.S. Colored Troops, Plantation Slave records, Slave schedules and other records that provide information for this special area of genealogy research. Expert researchers and speakers make presentations on Slavery, customs, tradition, state laws, and the techniques and methods used in their research.

Contact the AAGIG.