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The Importance of Freedmen’s Bureau Records - Dean Helen Easterling Williams
Dean Helen Easterling Williams discusses the importance of the Freemen’s Bureau records in obtaining information regarding African-American genealogy. This Juneteenth, explore the Freedmen’s Bureau to learn more about your family history.
Enrich Your Family History with Information from the Freedmen’s Bureau - Ambassador Diane Watson
Ambassador Diane Watson talks about how to enrich your family history with information contained in the Freedmen’s Bureau records. Learn more about African-American genealogy to expand your family tree today.
Research the Records of African-American Ancestors with the Freedmen’s Bureau - Kimberly Freeman
Kimberly Freeman discusses the value of using the Freedmen’s Bureau records to discover information about African-American ancestors. Expand your family tree with information from the Freedmen’s Bureau.
Discover Your Roots Using the Freedmen's Bureau Records
Genealogists, researchers, archivists, authors, bloggers, educators, and faith leaders discuss the Freedmen's Bureau and the need for volunteers to make the records of nearly 4 million emancipated African Americans freely searchable online.