Lineages, Inc.

 In celebration of Black History Month, we honor Alex Haley, who is considered the catalyst for […]
In the first part of this series, we learned how to use the name of an […]
In honor of Martin Luther King day this week, we thought we would repost a two […]
  The path to Juneteenth On 1 January 1863, Abraham Lincoln issued the final Emancipation Proclamation […]
Shed a Little Light Oh, let us turn our thoughts today To Martin Luther King And […]
Kwanzaa – Just what is it? Some ask the question, what is the religion that celebrates […]
Americans today, whose ancestors lived in the early Virginia and Carolina colonies, are connected to some […]
Newspapers are often an unexplored resource in genealogical research, particularly amongst African American researchers who may […]
In the first part of this African American genealogy series, we learned how to use the […]
Genealogical research is fun for some people but for others it is more of a chore. […]
Pierce Butler, a Major in the British Army, was born to an aristocratic Irish family on […]