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"Journeys deep into ancestry of an all-new group of remarkable individuals, offering an in-depth look at the African-American experience and race relations throughout U.S. history. Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr. returns as series host, guiding genealogical investigations down through the 20th century, Reconstruction, slavery and early U.S. history, and presenting cutting-edge genetic analysis that locates participants' ancestors in Africa, Europe and America."

 

"The Africans in America Web site is a companion to Africans in America, a six-hour public television series. The Web site chronicles the history of racial slavery in the United States -- from the start of the Atlantic slave trade in the 16th century to the end of the American Civil War in 1865 -- and explores the central paradox that is at the heart of the American story: a democracy that declared all men equal but enslaved and oppressed one people to provide independence and prosperity to another."

 

"...pick[s] up where Slavery In Pennsylvania left off, continuing the research into central Pennsylvania's African American history from the end of slavery through today's headlines, and to combine the various eras into a cohesive shared history of our region.... [from] Afro, relating to African American studies, and lumens... meaning 'light opening.'...the mission...is to bring to light the under-told history of African Americans in central Pennsylvania."

 

"The Historical Text Archive originated ...in response to the need of historians to have an electronic storage and retrieval site and to demonstrate the advantages of such sites for the study and teaching of history ...The HTA provides original material, links to other sites, and electronic reprints of books and is organized by geography/nations and topics."

 

This web site is devoted to the advancement of the science of African American Genealogy and genealogical study of other Ethnic Studies by Dr. James M. Rose, alias Dr. Roots. James M. Rose, Ph.D. is the author of a number of books on African American genealogy. He received his doctorate in Interdisciplinary Studies, with a concentration in African American genealogy. He served as a research consultant with Alex Haley on the Kinte Library Project, a forerunner of Haley’s Roots. In the 1970’s, Rose co- founded the Ethnic Genealogy Research Center at Queens College (CUNY).
 

 

 

 


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