African American Genealogy Webinar: Sources for African American Genealogical Research at the SC Department of Archives & History
Please join us to learn from archivist Steven D. Tuttle who will present on Sources for African American Genealogical Research at the SC Department of Archives and History. Mr. Tuttle will be speaking about pre-emancipation and post-emancipation records accessible for research at the State Archives, https://scdah.sc.gov/research-and-genealogy/resources/african-american-genealogy.
Steven Tuttle has worked at the South Carolina Department of Archives and History since 1984 and is currently Director for Archives and Records Management. He has a bachelor's degree in history from the University of North Carolina at Asheville (1981) and a master's degree in library and information science from the University of South Carolina (1992). Steve is the author of two publications, Census Records at the Archives and African American Genealogical Research.
This webinar is great for anyone interested in learning more about South Carolina genealogy and how they might conduct their own family history research. Join us for more webinars in the African American Genealogy Series. The next program will be Beginner Strategies for African American Genealogy with Robin R. Foster.
The South Carolina State Library welcomes people of all abilities to participate in our programs. If you need a reasonable accommodation in order to take part (please contact two weeks in advance), or have questions please contact Virginia Pierce at email@example.com or (803) 734-8646. Closed captioning is available.
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Related LibGuide: Genealogy Resources at the State Library by Virginia Pierce