African American Genealogy Links
: 26 December 2001
Darlington County Data
- AFRICAN-AMERICAN GENEALOGY:A BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR BEGINNERS
The key to genealogical research lies in adequate preparation.
This list of sources represent a sampling of major genealogical
research tools that provide an understanding of sources and methods.
To encourage and support all African ancestored individuals and families to begin and continue researching their roots until all possible resources are exhausted and the results are published.
- Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet - African-American
General Resource Sites,
History & Culture,
Libraries, Archives & Museums,
Mailing Lists, Newsgroups & Chat,
People & Families,
Professional Researchers, Volunteers,
& Other Research Services
Publications, Software & Supplies,
Records: Census, Cemeteries, Land,
Obituaries, Personal, Taxes and Vital
Societies & Groups
- Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System
includes a database of over 230,000 names of the
United States Colored Troops (USCT). It was developed by the National Park Service and its partners in the Civil War Soldiers and Sailors (CWSS)
project. It has been made available in conjunction with the dedication of the African American Civil War Memorial.
- RECORDS of the 105th US COLORED TROOPS
- African American Genealogy mailing list
AAGENE-L is intended to be a mailing list on the internet for African American genealogy researchers. It is also appropriate to discuss African American history within the mailing list.