The African American Genealogy Group of the Miami Valley
The African American Genealogy
Group of the Miami Valley
Promoting African-American Genealogy and Black Family History
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Sinclair Community College, 2018 Black Unity Conference, will be held Saturday, February 24th in Building 8, 444 W. 3rd St, Dayton, OH, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The conference is free and open to the public. Please RSVP to AAGGMV President Thomas Jordan at (513)509-7126 or email by Feb 14 if you plan on attending the Friday, Feb 23rd Round Table with Dr. Abbott.
The Smith Library of Regional History, 441 S. Locust Street, Oxford, OH will present "Out of Kentucky - Oxford's African American Community," on Thursday, April 21, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. The program is made possible by the Arthur F. Miller African American History Fund. All are invited to attend. FREE!
List of genealogical topics for meetings.
Ohio Genealogical Society Conference Brochure containing information about the conference (PDF).
25TH Anniversary of the African-American Genealogical Society of Cleveland, Ohio.
20TH Annual Miami County Historical & Genealogical Society workshop - "Routes for Roots Workshop," Ft. Piqua Plaza Conference Center.
Cincinnati-Hamilton County Public Library announces it 2015 Black History month events.
National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center, Winter 2015
Schedule of monthly AAGGMV meetings for 2015.
Bennie McRae Jr. was one of AAGGMV's original founders and supporters, and manager of our public website , for more than ten years. An author, historian and pioneer creator of African-American military history on the internet, this is only the latest of many awards numerous and honors Mr. McRae has received. CONGRATULATIONS FROM ALL OF AAGGMV....
The Dayton Ohio Metro Library is moving its Genealogy Collection.
The Family History Jamboree is an all-day annual genealogy conference for Mormon church members with an open invitation to the public. The attendee can select up to six one-hour classes out of a list of about 20.
The Ohio Genealogical Society releases two new publications - "Ohio's Black Soldiers," and "Grave Marking Ceremonies."