S01 E11: Meet The International African American History Museum Family Research Center Team

We had a great time chatting with Toni Carrier and Robin Foster about the new International African American History Museum Family Research Center in Charleston, South Carolina – and the launch of the IAAM Museum in 2023.

Family research centers are awesome places. Staffed by research librarians and/or experienced genealogists and local historians, staff can often help you search the catalog, answer questions, and offer advice on your search. Centers typically provide access to several subscription genealogy sites and digital records, including restricted content that is not available online. Many also include permanent collections of local genealogy and historical resources. Think of these centers as friendly, helpful places that exist to help you with your genealogy research.

We had a lot of questions about what will make the museum a unique and compelling place to visit. We also found out more about the records, resources, and educational activities the IAAM’s Family History Center has, and its plans for the future.


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Whether you’re new to genealogy, don’t have the time to pursue your own research, or have a stubborn brick wall you just can’t break through: you can hire one of our experienced research team who will happily work with you to achieve your genealogy research goals. As the first Black-owned genealogy research company, our African American genealogists excel at African American genealogy! As African Americans with caucasian ancestors – our genealogists are just as experienced in researching European-descended American ancestry.

The short video below covers what we do and how we do it:

How to contact us

For more information about our genealogy research services, our contact form, and our research service contact, please visit: https://genealogyadventures.net/research

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