Federal Records Documenting Caribbean Immigrants: 1890-1930

Today's blog is written by Damani Davis, Reference Archivist at the National Archives in Washington, D. C. When commencing research at the National Archives, genealogists typically begin with census, immigration, and military records.  In terms of federal records, these are the three that most commonly hold personal information on the ancestors of most Americans.  This … Continue reading Federal Records Documenting Caribbean Immigrants: 1890-1930

Other Finding Aids Relating to African American History Post The Black History Guide to Civilian Records in the National Archives and Records Administration

┬áToday's Blog post is by Christina Violeta Jones, Ph.D. Dr. Jones is currently an Archivist in the Textual Records Reference Division at the National Archives in College Park, MD were she specializes in Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation, and other law enforcement Federal agency records.   There are several other printed findings aids … Continue reading Other Finding Aids Relating to African American History Post The Black History Guide to Civilian Records in the National Archives and Records Administration