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The 27th Annual Gullah Festival will begin on May 24, 2013 and open its doors to a potential 70,000 visitors over the course of three days.  It is not too late to have a display ad for your company in the festival's OFFICIAL ANNUAL and Booklet.   Just call 525-0628 or email us and a representative will call you to work up your ad.  Don’t miss your chance to become an Official Sponsor at this year’s Gullah Festival.

Jazz in the Garden Genealogy Social Club is using Eventbrite to organize upcoming events. Check out Jazz in the Garden Genealogy Social Club's events, learn more, or contact this organizer.

Alberta Jones- Muhammad Ali's First Attorney. Later murdered at the age of 35.  Still unsolved.

Alberta Jones- A civil rights and voting rights activist and the first female prosecutor in Kentucky. Jones was also Muhammad Ali's first attorney. She was murdered at the age of 35 and the case was never solved.

Megan Smolenyak with the incomparable Angela Lansbury at the 2012 Ellis Island Family Heritage Awards. Lucky me!

Megan Smolenyak with the incomparable Angela Lansbury at the 2012 Ellis Island Family Heritage Awards. Lucky me!

My online friend Ramona La Roche   See Ramona's entire social presence: http://xeeme.com/RamonaLaRoche

My online friend Ramona La Roche See Ramona's entire social presence: http://xeeme.com/RamonaLaRoche

Female Reenactors of Distinction will be at this year's Annual Gullah Festival in Beaufort, SC. For advance tickets call 843-525-0628.

Female Reenactors of Distinction will be at this year's Annual Gullah Festival in Beaufort, SC. For advance tickets call

Where Genealogy Meets Politics... - The Sea Islands

Where Genealogy Meets Politics... - The Sea Islands

Web basics to be a better blogger from BlogHer

Learn Web Basics to be a Better Blogger

Web basics to be a better blogger from BlogHer

The African American Researcher's Guide to Online Genealogical Sources-Fallon N Green-Google Books/also in Print on Amazon

The African American Researcher's Guide to Online Genealogical Sources-Fallon N Green-Google Books/also in Print on Amazon

These revolutionary Black women were not afraid to be leaders of the male-dominated Black Power Movement and we celebrate them for it.

African American genealogy in South Carolina, Georgia and Florida - slave genealogy, plantation records, black history, Reconstruction, freedmen, slavery

African American geneaology: Lowcountry Africana: Who Lived This History? The Combahee Raid - USCT, United States Colored Troops, Port Royal, Civil War

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