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Tina Marie
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An amazing place to research.

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Memphis Public Library

Has a great collection of genealogical resources.  
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Library Integration in Memphis 1958

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Music is always faithful in making you reexperience the time.
Music that gave voice to a movement. Here are four songs that made the cut for Black Panthers: Vanguard Of the Revolution, which airs Tuesday night on Independent Lens.

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Demonstration goes a long way!!!!
Chronicling America Data Challenge -- Prizes will be awarded!
We often talk about Chronicling America as a great resource for digitized newspaper content. NEH has issued a challenge (with prizes!) -- Create a web-based tool, data visualization, or other creative use of the information found in the Chronicling America ...

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What's your take on the term Mulatto? Interviewees tackle this topic and more in Evoking the Mulatto, a ‪#‎transmedia‬ project exploring 21st-century mixed identity. From +NBPChttp://ow.ly/U1lZG

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I'm glad I learned this early!
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Surprise. Surprise. Surprise 

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The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County has a large genealogy collection.  I rate it in my top ten favorite genealogy libraries.  The main library is located in downtown Cincinnati, Ohio at 800 Vine Street. The Genealogy and Local History Department is located on the third floor of the main library.  The department was formed after the library underwent a major reorganization plan in 2007.

The Genealogy and Local History Department has an extensive collection of materials, including a virtual library, the entire U.S. census records from 1790-1930, military history collection, newspapers, periodicals, biographical materials, local history, and maps.  The department also has a valuable collection of materials focused on African American ancestry.  This collection includes materials on slavery, reconstruction, civil rights, military participation, and migration. The staff was helpful and resourceful and I am already planning my next trip back in 2015.
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Enjoying the Library of Congress inside and out.
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