20 Vintage African American Father Daughter Images We Love! - Black Southern Belle
African_American_Father_Daughter_Vintage_3 20 Vintage African American Father Daughter Images We Love!
Faubourg Tremé: The Fascinating and Tragic Story of America’s Oldest Black Neighborhood
“Long before Rosa Parks, people in my neighborhood [Faubourg Tremé] lived a civil rights movement that changed the course of American history.” – Lolis Eric Elie, journalist, writer, "Faubourg Trem…
From the Inbox: Finding Jim & Carrie of Roots: The Next Generations
The benefits of sharing genealogical information online are far-reaching and make our volunteer work here at the TNGenWeb ever so worthwhile. In many cases, you’ll find that our volunteer a…
February 23, 1917
This is Mr James Cunningham of 13 Morley Terrace, Waterford with his family. Fairly sure that I found mention of the Cunninghams a while back in the 1911 census online. If any of you have a moment, it'd be a great help if you could check that for us. (Hoping there won't be any sad news about the Cunninghams, as with large families like this at that time, there's often the sad recording of the fact that some of their children died.) Thanks to swordscookie who went off and did some online…
Happy Homesteading: The first thing I needed was an Apron
If I'm going to be doing some things like my ancestors did the first thing I need is an apron. I had a few aprons hanging around my house but they were totally falling apart.