African American Genealogy Group

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The African American Genealogy Group (AAGG), a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, was founded in January 1989 in response to the ever-increasing number of people who express a desire to research their family “roots.”

The African American Genealogy Group’s mission is to educate, provide resources, and create a community for anyone interested in African American family history and genealogical research. We serve those who are interested in researching locally, regionally, and nationally.

We envision a world where people who are interested in researching African American family history can find the information and resources to meet their goals.

AAGG is partnering directly with Eden Cemetery to created memorials for those interred at the cemetery.

The African American Genealogy Group (AAGG), a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, was founded in January 1989 in response to the ever-increasing number of people who express a desire to research their family “roots.”

The African American Genealogy Group’s mission is to educate, provide resources, and create a community for anyone interested in African American family history and genealogical research. We serve those who are interested in researching locally, regionally, and nationally.

We envision a world where people who are interested in researching African American family history can find the information and resources to meet their goals.

AAGG is partnering directly with Eden Cemetery to created memorials for those interred at the cemetery.

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