Friday, September 16, 2011

Michael Hait's African American Genealogy Research At A Glance

Michael Hait lecturing at AAHGS Conference 2010 

Michael Hait, CGSM  professional genealogist, has created a Genealogy at a Glance publication, African American Genealogy Research.  It is a very handy tool for quickly identifying record resources to use in documenting your ancestors. Whether you are researching at an archive, library, or online, this guide will help you hone in on specific record types.  
Genealogy at a Glance publication,
 African American Genealogy Research







It is especially imperative in African American research that you follow a logical sequence starting with yourself and moving back in time.  African American Genealogy Research takes the guesswork out of finding and choosing the correct record which corresponds to the Antebellum Period, the Civil War Era, and Reconstruction.

African American Genealogy Research will not wear out with use because it is laminated.  Purchase your copy at Genealogical.com today. Click here.  Be sure to check out the other great genealogy books and CD's to help you in your research.

Michael was our guest on Over Troubled Water Blog Talk Radio on Wednesday, September 21 at 8 PM EST:  Michael Hait's African American Genealogy at a Glance.



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You can also learn more from Michael Hait who is the National African American Genealogy Examiner.


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