Friday, August 19, 2016
BAAGG Open Research Class brings together Several Members and Guest of the Birmingham Community Who wanted help with their research.
Researching Family Records in the Southern History Room of the Birmingham Public Library...
Tuesday, August 16, 2016
Saturday, August 13, 2016
The Birmingham African American Genealogy Group August Class Meeting
August 14, 2016 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Researching Old Newspapers
The Class is Open to the Public.
Need Help with your Brick Walls Research........Stop By.
KEEPING THOSE OLD CHURCH MEMORIES ALIVE.
REMEMBER THE PICNICS ON THE GROUNDS.
LET'S TELL OUR GRANDCHILDREN OUR STORIES.
Locating the County of our Ancestor's Family is Important to the BAAGG Group. Most of our family came from the Black Belt Area
It's time for Class!
Where did your Ancestor Attend School? Try looking in old Newspapers and Books of the time and you might find a photo of the school l...
The November BAAGG Class discovered 2 cousin the the Group. After the Spotlight Member Ms. Burton completed her presentation on her ...
The 1st Colored High School in Bessemer, Alabama. The school is closed now, but many colored children attended this school. ...
LOCATING THOSE HARD TO FIND RECORDS AND READING THEM. SLAVE RECORDS RECORDS FROM TUSCALOOSA COUNTY ALABAMA IN THE 1800'S ...
Make sure you look at the old Building still around where our ancestors worked or lived. I was suprise to see the building my grand...
Who Am I, This photo was taken in the early 1950's in Birmingham Alabama at one of the Black Photographers Photo Studios Congrat...