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Marian Pierre-Louis
Online education producer. Content Creator. Social Media. Speaker. Writer . History & Heritage space.
Online education producer. Content Creator. Social Media. Speaker. Writer . History & Heritage space.
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African Americans a growing podcast demographic both as listeners and creators
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And here is my favorite history podcast!
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Just discovered a new history podcast. I haven't listened to it yet but it looks promising. Bookmarking it here so I don't lose it.
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Great article by Elsie Escobar.
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A history podcast that focuses on Boston.
Hub History
Hub History
hubhistory.com
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Excellent article!

This reinforces that when doing research:

1) It critical to understand the source and provenance of the information you are using
2) It's important to not accept widely believed information as fact, particularly in colonial times (unless is it well vetted)
3) Your research can't even remotely be considered complete unless you use deeds and probate records
4) Always follow the migration route!
5) Always follow the collaterals

But don't just listen to me. Read the article. It's pretty quick

Thanks to Randy Seaver for featuring this on his blog, Geneamusings.
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