S03 E28: African American Genealogical Research with LaBrenda Garrett-Nelson

LaBrenda Garrett-Nelson joined the show to talk about different aspects and challenges for African American genealogical research.

Author, Teacher, Lecturer, Certified Genealogist, LaBrenda Garrett-Nelson, talks about her many years of researching African-Ancestored Families in the South. She also fills us in on how genealogists can join the National Genealogical Society of America (NGS), common pitfalls newbie genealogists can make, documenting research, as well as the Sons and Daughters of the Middle Passage organization.

Join us as we chat about LaBrenda’s various areas of research – which will include a bevy of research tips and strategies for researching African-Ancestored families. You can find more information about LaBrenda, her publications, educational work, and professional practice via https://www.labgarrettgenealogy.com


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