Saturday, October 24, 2015

ANNOUNCING: US Color Troops Research with Angela Walton-Raji (Wednesday)

WACKY Wednesday is devoted to spotlighting one topic for the hour. When it comes to US Color Troops and African-Native American genealogy research Angela Walton-Raji immediately comes to mind. Ol' Myrt here has known Angela since the old AOL Genealogy Forum days, when we were both toddlers, of course! Angela will be our guest for WACKY Wednesday  the 28 Oct, 2015.

Angela Walton-Raji
Angela hosts the weekly African Roots Podcast with over 340 episodes in her archive. You've probably seen a few of her presentations over at Family Tree Webinars. She speaks publicly and is the author of three genealogy blogs and maintains three genealogy websites:

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Myrt :)
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