I recently updated my list of favorite posts, and it is located on the tab above entitled “Hot Posts.” I have broken the topics up by the areas of Methodology, Slave Research, and Records & Resources. I hope you’ll check out the list and let me know what were some of your favorite “Reclaiming Kin” posts. I invite you to explore the numerous other excellent African-American themed genealogy blogs I provide links to on the bottom right of the home page.
Also, one last call for the Advanced African-American Genealogy class I will be teaching that starts next week, Nov. 13 and runs every Tuesday night from 7-9 through Dec. 4 at Howard Community College, Gateway Campus in Columbia. In this class (aimed at the Intermediate or Advanced level researcher) I explain evidence evaluation and analysis, land, estate, and court records, slave research, cluster genealogy methods and more. If interested, you can sign up on the HCC website and register for the class. The class is a part of the Non-Credit courses, and has become something I really enjoy teaching. I’ve you’re in the local area and think you’re “stuck” in your research, do come out.