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10 Databases for Slave Genealogy Research - by Kimberly Powell Updated April 28, 2017 via https://www.thoughtco.com/great-databases-for-slave-genealogy-1421640 Slavery presents a huge obstacle for anyone tracing African American lineages. Because slaves were treated as property—in some cases listed after livestock in estate inventories and other records of property—evidence that can help put African American families together is often difficult to come by. These online slave databases and record collections are great resources for anyone navigating the challenge of slavery research.
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100 genealogy websites from around the world
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1836 Treaty Boundary
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Building Your Family Tree Online: A Beginner’s Guide to Genealogy
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AccessGenealogy
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Do you have an ancestor? Do you know about them? Do you want help with either of those questions? Here are some recommendations on where to look.
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The ACPL Genealogy Center is a unique and valuable resource for the Northeastern Indiana community and the entire genealogical community at large. We have one of the largest research collections available, incorporating records from around the world. Our staff specializes in genealogy and is always available to help.
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Genealogy Guides Genealogy Links
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By John Farmer, 1836. Published in Detroit in 1836. John Farmer built a successful map making and publishing company in Detroit. His series of maps, published from 1824 to his death in 1859, show an extraordinary level of detail down to the square mile which made it easy for settlers to locate land parcels by their legal descriptions.
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Anson Croman of Waterloo, Michigan link - includes enlistment info - various links and photos
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BillionGraves.com
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Soldiers, Sailors and Marines, Volume III Compiled by Washington Gardner, Secretary of State LANSING: Robert Smith & Co., State Printers and Binders 1896
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Chief Okemos (1775-1858) Chief of Chippewa Indians. By Victor De Land.
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Ordinance Adoption and Purpose In 1982, the City of Mason established the Historic District Commission (HDC) through a city ordinance, recorded as Chapter 31 of the City Code of Ordinances. Its purpose and function is to safeguard the historical heritage of the City of Mason in designated areas. A historic district was created that encompasses the downtown section of the city
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This site deals with surnames of the wars of the United States, up to the Civil War, and the civilians of the same era. It will also cover the surnames of the Colonial era. This site is to help all searchers find a lead to their family lines (including Native American ancestors). This site will cover the years from 1700’s to the early 1900’s.
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Dansville Michigan Historical Society Facebook page
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"The Dart Sotry" via https://www.dartcontainer.com/home/
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DNR - All About Trees - State of Michigan
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There are 16 designated Natural River systems in Michigan. The designation includes the mainstream, as well as most of the tributaries. The 16 rivers are: Au Sable, Boardman, Betsie, Flat, Fox, Huron, Jordan, Kalamazoo (lower), Manistee (upper), Pere Marquette, Pigeon, Pine, Rifle, Rogue, Two Hearted and White.
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Dubois Cemetery 900 N Every Rd Mason Michigan
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Dubois Cemetery - BillionGraves
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https://www.findagrave.com/cemetery/393/dubois-cemetery
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Dubois Cemetery Alaiedon Township, Mason, Ingham County Copyright © 1997-2018 The USGenWeb Archives Project
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Eaton County Genealogical Society
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Eden-Cemetery FindAGrave
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Fairview Cemetery FindAGrave
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Fairview Cemetery WikiTree
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Fairview Cemetery WikiTree
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Fairview Cemetery BillionGraves
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This is a detailed compendium of information about Michigan in 1839. Part One presents a "general view of the state," describing Michigan's geology, soil, climate and topography as well as its improvements, products, governance, religious and educational institutions, population, and antiquities
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Genealogy and the Law A Layman's Guide to Legalese
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The Newaygo County Museum and Heritage Center is a community history project whose mission is to collect, preserve, and share Newaygo County’s history. The NCMHC is supported by individual contributions, in-kind support, the generosity of local business people, the Fremont Area Community Foundation, The Gerber Foundation, The Arthur and Virginia Nelsen InFaith Community Foundation, Michigan Council for the Arts and Cultural Affairs, and, of course, our Guests and Volunteers! Thank you.
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Copyright 2018 by Aurelius Township - Site last updated 10-04-2017
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Greenwood Cemetery FindAGrave
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Traveling to Find Your Roots: A Guide to Genealogy Research in Europe
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Harvey Lincoln Curtis, Ph. / Puffer Genealogy website
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Hawley Cemetery BillionGraves
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Hawley-Cemetery FindAGrave
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HIDDEN MICHIGAN: Alaiedon, the Ingham County Town That Never Existed By John Robinson May 31, 2017 4:11 PM
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Links to Online Research Collections via Historical Society of Michigan website
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History at Home: A Guide to Genealogy by HomeAdvisor
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Through your support the Michigan State Police Museum and Learning Center will be able to preserve and honor the history and traditions of the Michigan State Police (MSP)
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The Civil War in the East - The 20th Michigan Volunteer Infantry Regiment lost 13 officers and 111 enlisted men killed or mortally wounded and 3 officers and 175 enlisted men to disease during the Civil War.
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Hi and welcome to Michigan Roots, a member of the PA-Roots family of websites! We're so glad you stopped by. Our goal is to be an entrance point for your research of your ancestors in Michigan. Make sure you check out the DataBoards - there is over 2,280 pages of source records.
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If You Grew Up In Mason, Michigan, You Remember... Facebook Page
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Ingham County Genealogical Society
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Ingham County MI Cemeteries Copyright © 2018 HTL, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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Michigan Family History Network
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The Gayle Sweetwine Saini Memorial Library of the Jewish Genealogical Society of Michigan is located inside the library of the Holocaust Memorial Center. Hours Sun-Thu: 10am-5pm Fri: 9am-12pm Sat: Closed Entrance doors close 30 minutes prior to closing. Location Holocaust Memorial Center 2nd Fl 28123 Orchard Lake Road Farmington Hills, MI 48334-3738 (248) 553-2400 ext. 16
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