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After the Burning: Using Reconstruction Records in Family History

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Presented by Richland Library at Richland Library, Main Branch, Columbia SC

Dec 06 2014
After the Burning: Using Reconstruction Records in Family History

Are you looking for new resources to trace your family history? Low Country Africana founding director, Toni Carrier, presents a workshop highlighting these new and exciting reconstruction records for historical research.

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FREE

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Richland Library, Main Branch

1431 Assembly St., Columbia, SC 29201

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