Researching and preserving African American family history since 1979

About the Society
Traveling Exhibition
Membership Form



African American Cemeteries Online


African American Genealogical Society of



African American Genealogical Society of

Northern California


African/Native-American Connections


Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society  http//


Allen County Library - Ft. Wayne, IN


Amistad Research Center



Association for the Study of African &

African American Life and History


Reference Guide to African American



Bureau of Land Management

Buxton National Historic Site


Cemetery Records On-line


Census Finder


Christineís Genealogy

Civil War Soldiers & Sailors



Cyndis List

DNA Researcher, Dr. Rich Kittles


Detroit Public Library


Detroit Society of Genealogical Research:


Ellis Island

English Family History & Genealogy:


Federation of Genealogical Societies 



Free Blacks of NC, VA, MD, DE, PA.


Freedmenís Bureau



Elijah H. Guy & Samuel Lett - Civil War



Historical Society of Michigan 


Jewish Genealogy


Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia


Lansing Area African American Genealogy



LDS-Family Search

Library of Congress

Library of Michigan


Michigan Death Records, Civil War Records:

Michigan Gen Web


Michigan Genealogical Council


National Archives and Records Administration

Genealogy Page


National Genealogy Society


Native American Indian Research


Newberry Library, Chicago


Old Settlers Reunion


Plantation Slave Voices


Revolutionary War


Roots Web

Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture,


Slave Archival Collection Database  http//

Slave Narratives from Federal Writers Project, 1936-1938

Slaveholders and African Americans, 1860-1870

Social Security Death Index


Southwest Michigan Black Heritage Society


State Archives of Michigan


TN Colored Pension Applications for

Confederate Civil War Service

US Census Bureau


US Genweb by state/county


US Vital Record Information


Wayne Couny MI Genweb Project to:


Without Sanctuary Lynchings in America to:


Charles H. Wright Museum of African

American History








All meetings are free and open to the public. Free parking is available in the library's Putnam Street parking lot.


Fred Hart Williams Genealogical Society

Researching and preserving African American Family History since 1979. Detroit Public Library, Burton Historical Collection

5021 Woodard Avenue

Detroit, MI 48202





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