Monday, October 31, 2016
Wednesday, October 12, 2016
The Birmingham African American Genealogy Group Inc. will discuss
African American Newspapers at the November 13, 2016 Class Meeting
Check us out: website: www.baagginc.org or Facebook at www.Facebook/Birmingham African American Genealogy Group
Saturday, October 8, 2016
THE BIRMINGHAM AFRICAN AMERICAN GENEALOGY GROUPS
OCTOBER 9, 2016
THE MINING MAN
THE BIRMINGHAM PUBLIC LIBRARY (CENTRAL) DOWNTOWN
LINN HENLEY BUILDING (NEXT TO LINN PARK)
4TH FLOOR COMPUTER LAB
TIME: 3 - 5 P.M.
Bobby will talk about the Old Mines and their records in Jefferson County.
This guy knows mines.
The Public is invited to come out to hear him speak.
If you had family memberS that worked in the mines he might be able to tell you
something about them..
CHECK OUT HIS YOUTUBE PAGE. LINK.
It's time for Class!
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