Genealogy 101: Diversity, Ethnicity and Complexity in African-American Genealogy
- Date: 06/06/2019 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
- Location: Tulare Public Library
475 North M street
Tulare, California 93274
- Introduction: Join the Sequoia Genealogical Society and Dr. Joy Browne for the presentation, “Diversity, Ethnicity and Complexity in African-American Genealogy.”
On Thursday evening, June 6, the Sequoia Genealogical Society and Dr. Joy Browne will present the program “Diversity, Ethnicity and Complexity in African-American Genealogy”. Her program will include information on the Freedmen’s Bureau Project and appropriate ways to use its data. Dr. Browne is a credentialed scholar and on the faculty at Fresno State University, Fresno. Her interdisciplinary doctoral research included a study of the impact of migration on ex-slaves in the antebellum South. Her professional expertise and direct involvement in genealogical research make her well qualified to help our community’s African-American families in their genealogical research efforts. Dr. Browne also serves the Friends of Allensworth as a historian and grant writer.
The Sequoia Genealogical Society meets in the Olympic Room, at the Tulare Public Library, 475 M Street (M Street and Cross Avenue), in Tulare. Meetings are at 6:30, the first Thursday evening, of each month. There is no cost to attend and the public is welcomed. Parking at the library is free with handicapped parking available. For more information please phone (559) 685-4518
This program will be followed by a short refreshment time.