African American Genealogical Society of Northern California (AAGSNC)
The African American Genealogical Society of Northern California (AAGSNC) was founded in March 1996 under the leadership of Kathryn Burgess Smith. The organizing members were Charlesetta Braggs-Ford, Jeanette Braxton-Secret, Charles T. Brown, Rayford Bullock, Electra Kimble Price, and Ranie George Smith.
- To promote interest in genealogy, biography, and related history of African Americans.
- To supplement and enrich the education of African Americans through the collection, preservation and maintenance of African American genealogical materials.
- To promote the accumulation and preservation of African American genealogical and related historical material and make such material available to all.
- To promote and maintain ethical standards in genealogical research and publications.
Beyond the Census: Resources and Records for African American Genealogy 1/29/13 6:30PM - 2/26/13 8:30PM
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Take your genealogy research to the next level. Beyond the Census: Resources and Records for African American Genealogy Workshop...
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