3 edition of Guide to tracing your African Ameripean Civil War ancestor found in the catalog.
Guide to tracing your African Ameripean Civil War ancestor
1995 by J. Braxton-Secret], Copies may be ordered from Granderson"s Sharecropper, 2121 Vale Road, Suite #310 in [San Pablo, Calif.?, San Pablo, Calif., 94806 .
Written in English
|Statement||by Jeanette Braxton-Secret.|
|Genre||Handbooks, manuals, etc., Directories.|
|LC Classifications||E540.N3 B73 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||95207362|
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Guide to Tracing Your African Ameripean Civil War Ancestor - Jeanette Braxton Secret. With approximatelyAfrican Ameripeans serving in the U.S. Colored Troops, the Union Army or Navy during the Civil War, it is very likely every African Ameripean had at least one ancestor who fought in the Civil War.
Now, experienced historian Bertram Hawthorne Groene shows you how easy it is to trace your forbearers' role in the war, where and how long they fought, whether they were Union or Rebel, soldier or sailor -- even with a minimum of information.
TRACING YOUR CIVIL WAR ANCESTOR provides you with: * The names and addresses of all state archives/5(19). With approximatelyAfrican Ameripeans serving in the U.S.
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Tracing Your Civil War Ancestor book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Solve the mystery of your family's role in America's /5.
Solve the mystery of your family's role in America's greatest struggle. It is tantalizing to speculate about the role your ancestors may have played in the great national drama of the Civil War.
But family records are often inaccurate, or provide precious few leads on where to begin the search. Now, experienced historian Bertram Hawthorne Groene /5(3). Guide to Tracing your African Ameripean Civil War Ancestor. Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 3rd ed., USA AA25g Simpson, Jack, and Matt Rutherford.
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Call Number: E S File Size: 69KB. Buy a cheap copy of Tracing Your Civil War Ancestor book by Bertram Hawthorne Groene. It is tantalizing to speculate about the role your ancestors may have played in the great national drama of the Civil War.
But family records are often inaccurate, Free shipping over $/5(5). While the CWSS is a great way to find out if you have a Civil War ancestor, it also offers some basic information on regiments, battles, Civil War cemeteries, monuments, and more.
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B How to Trace Your African-American Roots: Discovering Your Unique History by Barbara Thompson Howell. H Slave Genealogy: A Research Guide With Case Studies by David H. Streets. S Book Title * On Teaching Genealogy by Fran Carter, Ancestry's Red Book Edited by Alice Eicholz, * Genealogical Evidence, a Guide to the Standard of Proof Relating to Pedigrees, Ancestry, Heirship and Family History by Noel C.
Stevenson, * Shaking Your Family Tree, a Basic Guide to Tracking Your Genealogy by Dr. A Guide to Civil War Research. With all the many hundreds of books on the Civil War coming out every year and thousands now available on line, the challenge for the non-professional Civil War researcher is to zero in on the relevant material that will aid in your research.
Media: BOOK - paperback, pages Author: S. Patterson Year: ISBN: Other: b&w photos, images, appendixes, index Publisher: Pen & Sword The experience of civilian internees and British prisoners of war in German and Turkish hands during the First World War is one of the least well-known and least researched aspects of the history of the conflict.
Trace Your German Roots Online A Complete Guide to German Genealogy Websites. Guide to Tracing Your African Ameripean Civil War Ancestor: a guide by an experienced African Ameripean family historian and military researcher who traced her great-grandfather, Iverson Granderson, in the Union Navy ( Guide to Tracing Your Ameripean Civil War Ancestor Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, GRO EB57 Hodges, Graham Russell, ed.
The Black Loyalist Directory: African Americans in Exile after the American Revolution New York: Garland Pub; New England Historic Genealogical Society, GRO *EN3 L U.S. Military Records: A Guide to Federal and State Sources, Colonial America to the Present Salt Lake City, UT: Ancestry, GRO Military Ref.
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Discover your Civil War ancestors in our online collection of American Civil War military records, spanning – Featuring more than 18 million names, both Union and Confederate, from service records, pension files — some created as late as the s — to photographs and more.
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[ANF Fa]. a Civil War veteran or his family. Books and Periodicals of Note: Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Kentucky: Union and Confederate A “First Choice” reference for researching your KY Civil War Ancestor!. Four Volumes.
First published in Remember to check the indexes of both Union and Confederate soldiers!File Size: KB. * Armed with information about possible slave owners of your ancestors, search and U.S. Slave Schedules onwhich list slave owners by. Aboutblack men served in the Colored Troops during the Civil War.
Most of the general sources will provide information about them, but Guide to Tracing Your African Ameripean Civil War Ancestor, by Jeanette Braxton-Secret, has some suggestions for locating additional sources.
Before you assume that your ancestors were slaves prior to the U.S. Civil War, think twice. At least one out of every ten Blacks (more thanin the North and anotherin the South) were free when the Civil War broke out in Ancestry has many featured Civil War Collections inc luding U.S.
Civil War Soldiers, Collection of military service records, containing more than 6 million names of servicemen — Union and Confederate — who fought in the U.S.
Civil War. U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles A historic effort to compile and interlink all available records of soldiers who.
While any family research is difficult, trying to find information on Black Americans prior to the Civil war can pose a challenge.
Offered below is a small listing of repositories, books, videos, websites and a select workshops offered by presenters from Indiana's Black Geneaology Summit. : Civil War Genealogy: A Basic Research Guide for Tracing Your Civil War Ancestors, with Detailed Sources and Precise Instructions for Obtaining Information from Them (): Schweitzer, George K.: Books.
Locating a Civil War ancestor, whether it is a direct ancestor or a collateral relative, can provide another source of information on your family tree.
Civil War pension files, for example, contain statements of family relationships, dates and places of marriage, and lists of various places the soldier lived after the war.
Men often enlisted with family members. And the stories of your ancestor’s brothers and cousins may have impacted their lives as well.
James Donald is a fairly common name. Finding a brother or a cousin may help me tell which James is mine. Now I have a group of records to search to find my Civil War Veteran’s stories. A Guide to Civil War Research. Getting Started There are 3 pieces of information you will need to start your research.
The Name of your ancestor; The State where they served; Their Unit of service; For each engagement in the war there is an "Order of Battle" showing which troops were involved and their chain of command.
For your research on the Civil War, you should check out the book, Everyday Life During the Civil War, edited by Michael J Varhola and David Borcherding.
From this book you can learn what food people ate; what life for the everyday soldier was like. The first is to determine if your ancestor was part of the United States Colored Troops, of which overAfrican American men of the Civil War era were.
Many of these were former slaves, many from the South. For ancestresses, the treasure trove of information is in the Pension applications. And especially when there was a widow's application. Retired police inspector Michael Pearson is also editor of The Blackcountryman journal, and proves an expert guide to the diverse history of the region.
Read it for an excellent researcher’s guide to ancestors in the Black Country." - Your Family Tree; Pages 6" x " Softcover - perfectbound Illustration Indexes ISBN With so many who served in the Civil War, your chances of having a veteran in your family tree are pretty high.
Unfortunately, there are usually multiple men with the same name as your ancestor. By identifying the regiment, you can tap into military-related records such as pensions with more confidence that it pertains to the right person.Learn to identify the time period by the clothing, uniforms, photographer’s mark, revenue stamp and other details in my book, Finding the Civil War in Your Family Album.
Chapter 12 on Finding Civil War ancestors in photos gives many more great ideas for locating precious images of your long-lost family.