S06 E01: African American Genealogy: Researching an Enslaved Ancestor’s Pathway of Enslavement

In African American genealogy, researching an enslaved family line requires understanding the ancestral line’s pathway of enslavement. Was your family held by multiple generations of the same enslaving family? Or was it enslaved by a succession of different (unrelated) enslavers? How did your enslaved line start in 1790s Maryland – and end in Mississippi by the time of the 1870 census?

Tune in as we share strategies to help you research ancestral pathways of enslavement.

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