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Research at the National Archives and Beyond

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Research at the National Archives and Beyond is an educational BLOGTALKRADIO SHOW  that provides those who are interested in tracing their roots an opportunity to learn from others who have conducted research at the National Archives and other sources throughout the country.  The guest speakers talk about the records they use to tell stories about their ancestors. Join host Bernice Alexander Bennett, a family historian, storyteller, guest lecturer and writer. Her research included documenting her African-American roots in Orleans and Livingston Parishes of Louisiana.
 
Please join her special guest  Melvin J. Collier, a Native of Canton, Mississippi. Author of Mississippi of Africa, A Journey of Discovery. He also the Author of 150 Years Later, Broken Ties Mended,. Archivist at the Archives Research Center of the Robert W. Woodruff Library, who has worked on the Dr. Martin Luther King Papers, the Maynard Jackson Papers and Photographs , and other collections. He has  appeared on the NBC show, Who Do You Think You Are, as one of the experts genealogists on the Spike Lee episode, 2010.
 

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