Magnolia Plantation Seminar Links

Thanks for joining us Saturday, Feb 12 at the Magnolia Plantation Conservatory for "Lowcountry Africana: Free Resources for African American Genealogy." Below are links to resources mentioned in the seminar. If you were not able to join us, please be sure to visit the highly-recommended websites and resources below!

TheBeginningGenealogistWebsite The Beginning Genealogist website: Angela Y. Walton-Raji shares instructional videos and articles on beginning your African American ancestor search
Afrigeneas Getting Started Guide

Afrigeneas Beginner's Guide to African American Genealogy: by Dee Parmer Woodtor, author of Finding a Place Called Home: An African-American Guide to Genealogy and Historical Identity (Random House, 1999)

Lowcountry Africana SC Ancestors Page: Resources and records for researching South Carolina ancestors
SC Full-Text Reading Room: Read full-text books on South Carolina history and genealogy
LCAonFootnoteSliderPanel Lowcountry Africana: South Carolina Slave Records on

More Resource Links:

Kinship by Wevonneda Minis, Post and Courier

Documents for Organizing Your Research:

Research Log:


Resources for Oral History Interviews:

Oral History Interview Record: from Family Tree Magazine:

Online Resources: Subscription:

Online Resources: Free:


Lowcountry Digital Library:

Lowcountry Africana:
Thanks for joining us at Magnolia Plantation, and Happy Ancestor Hunting from the crew at Lowcountry Africana!

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