Nicka Sewell-Smith
Nicka Sewell-Smith
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Genealogy and family history for cool people.

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In 2018, The Equal Justice Initiative (EJI) opened the The National Memorial for Peace and Justice which memorializes more than 4400 African American men, ...
 
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RESCHEDULED from Tuesday, March 12, 2019*** Finding and tracing our female ancestors can be a monumental task. In this episode, we'll discuss the ways a ...
 
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Taken a DNA test and confused by the results? Or, perhaps you want help trying to narrow down how a genetic cousin is related to you? Episode 79 is your ...
 
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Who's got charge of the body?” is a time honored and loaded question uttered upon the death of a relative in the African American community. Episode 78 will ...
 
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Slavery is a complicated topic to research solo, but can provide new experiences, finds, and more when done in concert and shared with another researcher.
 
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Reconstruction was a pivotal time in American history that often gets overlooked, especially in genealogy. During episode 76, we'll discuss how the law and ...
 
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If you've hit a dead end in your research and you're not quite sure how to get past it, a research trip to your ancestral location is just the thing for you! We'll cover ...
 
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So, you've done a great job finding your ancestors, but you're not sure where to start to try to locate their living descendants. In this episode, we'll cover tips and ...
 
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Whether you're new to genealogy or a seasoned veteran, it never hurts to head back to the basics. Episode 93 will cover how to make sure you're maximizing ...
 
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On August 25, 1619, John Rolfe, a tobacco planter, documented the arrival of Africans from Angola who were set to be enslaved in the Virginia colony. 2019 will ...
 
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