How to Trace Your African-American Roots
by Barbara Thompson Howell
Softcover book. 247 pages. Copyright 1999. A Citadel Press Book.
I am sure that some of this information is outdated with the advent of the internet, but this book still appears to provide some interesting and useful information.
From the book:
How to Trace Your African-American Roots is a practical guide that shows you how to use the basic resources of every genealogist to trace your ancestors and more. It takes into account the deprivation wrought by slavery and its impact on the African-American family. How to Trace Your African-American Roots recognizes the importance of oral history in the rich African and African-American tradition and explains how you can bridge the gap created when written records are few or nonexistent.
Covers show overall surface rubbing and a little creasing and edge and corner wear. Text is clean with no notes, underlining, or highlighting. Binding is tight.