Genealogy Adventures

From Enslavement to Freedom: The Saga Of Butler Island Plantation

We welcomed Maj. Charles Williams (aka Trooper Charles Williams) to the show to enlighten us about…

S04 E22: Introducing the Buffalo Soldier National Museum with Trooper Charles Williams

We welcomed Maj. Charles Williams (aka Trooper Charles Williams) to the show to enlighten us about…

S04 E21: The Integration of the University of South Carolina with Dr. Henrie Treadwell

From 1873 to 1877, USC had some of the most notable African Americans as students. Three…

S04 Special: Panel with AAHGS NJ: The Lost Connection Between Genealogy and History

The New Jersey Chapter of the Afro American Historical & Genealogical Society and Genealogy Adventures had…

S04 E20: Barbara Johns & the Robert Russa Moton Museum with Cameron Patterson

This episode is the first in our Heroes of the Civil Rights Movement series as part…

S04 E19: An Interview with Edward Ball, author of “Slaves in the Family”

Award-winning author – as well as former journalist & lecturer – Edward Ball joined the show…