Documenting Native American Families in 19th and 20th Century Records

Angela Walton-Raji
Jun 25, 2014
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Speaker's Introduction
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Census Schedules
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Local & Regional Records
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What Are The Steps?
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Oral History
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Census Search
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Geography & History
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Cherokee Rolls
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Military Records
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Indian Records
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Guion Miller Index
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The Dawes Roll
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Mississippi Choctaws
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Announcements / prizes
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Questions / answers
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About this webinar

Native American ancestry is often perceived as a lineage difficult to trace. There are a number of records from public resources that reflect Indian communities, both large and small. This workshop will illustrate the records found in both 19th and 20th century collections. To be discussed will be traditional census records and how to find unique tribal communities, as well as specific Indian rolls from New England to the western frontier.

About the speaker

About the speaker

Angela Walton-Raji is known nationally for her genealogical and historical research and work with Oklahoma Native-American records.  Her book, “Black Indian Genealogy Research” was the first book of its kind focusing on the unique record set refle
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