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African Ancestry helps people of African descent trace their ancestral roots back to a specific present-day African country and ethnic group. I would encourage everyone to take this test. It's a way to honor our past and acknowledge the sacrifices of our ancestors. Much of what is possible today would not have been possible 50 years ago yet their stories tell us that anything is possible. One...
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Our Black Ancestry provides resources for genealogical research, supports preservation of historic materials and properties, and promotes healing of racial wounds related to slavery. OBA believes we "empower our future by honoring our past" -- thus contributing to a legacy that goes beyond the recording of names, dates and places into the realm of using genealogy to promote positive community...
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Roots for Real offers DNA tests to trace your ancestry (see also PBS 'African American Lives' and BBC 'Motherland - A Genetic Journey'), using the world's largest mitochondrial DNA database. The Roots for Real DNA tracing service uses a small sample of your DNA - easily obtained by a simple home...
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After conducting the test, as expected, Mr. Brown verifies that all three have exactly the same Y-DNA STR marker profile. After speaking with his grand-uncle, he was able to trace distant relatives in Europe who share his surname. After contacting various members of his European line, he obtained...
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South African Ancestry - Researching South African Family History. Absolutely everyone has access to view what records are currently available on the South African Ancestry website. Paid up members of South African Ancestry will however have access to the full records and any supporting images...
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In the past 12 years, my research has expanded to include the history and documentation of blended African & Native American families in more states. As a genealogist, the focus remains on providing the evidence and properly citing the sources in order to tell the family story. As I have become more familiar with resources for documentation of African American families that were associated with...
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Ancestry DNA Testing has made it possible for you to track effectively your historical roots. American Indian, European and African. Isn’t it time you learn about your family history? Don’t continue to guess about your heritage and lineage. If you want to know more about your ancestors then it’s time you do something about it. With just the simple swab of a cheek, an East Asian Ancestry DNA...
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FamilyTree.com is a genealogy, ancestry, and family tree research website. We offer reviews, articles, surname research, and genealogy advice. Genealogy tips for the beginner to the advanced researcher. Find site reviews, technology tips, DIY family tree ideas, information on cultural and local heritage, and an active social community. Our blogs are rich in research tips on primary and...
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Welcome to BlackPast.org. This 15,000 page reference center is dedicated to providing information to the general public on African American history and on the history of the more than one billion people of African ancestry around the world. The website is divided into three main areas: African American History (AAH), African American History in the West (AAW), and Global African History (GAH)....
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Sankofa (San-koh-Fa) is an Akan word that means to go back and take everything that was lost stolen or forgotten and preserve it for future generations; learn your lessons from the past to better yourself and let everything else go. In keeping with the spirit of Sankofa, CAAGRI launched the Sankofa Project to literally go back and take everything that was lost, stolen or forgotten from our...
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A user generated content site that allows you to search, upload and share information about your enslaved ancestors. First time film maker Katrina Browne discovers her ancestors were the largest slave trading family in the United States. She and nine fellow descendants set off to retrace the Triangle Trade: from their old hometown in Rhode Island to slave forts in Ghana to sugar plantation...
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Research tips and help for researching your South African family history and genealogy, and finding your missing ancestors in your family tree. The British 1820 Settlers were immigrants from the United Kingdom – who came to South Africa for various reasons and opportunities. Many South African’s today have ancestors who originated from this early immigrants – arriving in SA almost 200 years...
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African American genealogy in South Carolina, Georgia and Florida - slave genealogy, plantation records, black history, Reconstruction, freedmen, slavery. In the early morning hours of June 2, 1863, Union troops based at Port Royal, South Carolina conducted a daring raid up the Combahee River, which winds inland from Port Royal Sound. Union Naval forces had captured Port Royal in November of...
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Leonardo Da Vinci would have loved this interplay of science and art. Using a vivid palette of bright color, we indicate the segments of your chromosomes that map to reference genomes from across the globe.You can sign up at the TribeCode community to browse the DNA Ancestry results of a diverse group of people, representing European, Native American, African, Asian, European Jew, and many more...
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