The purpose of the Midwest Afro-American Genealogical Interest Coalition (M.A.G.I.C.) is to promote genealogy and family history through the presentation of structured classes, exhibition of genealogies, guest lectures and tours of agencies which are considered sources of genealogical interest. Kansas City, Missouri.
Article by Theda Skocpol and Jennifer Lynn Oser, Social Science History Vol. 28, No. 3, Special Issue: African American Fraternal Associations and the History of Civil Society in the United States (Fall, 2004), pp. 367-437 (71 pages). JSTOR provides access to more than 12 million academic journal articles, books, and primary sources in 75 disciplines. Access via schools and libraries or subscribe as an individual to JPASS.
A lineage society that is a non-profit, charitable 501(c)3 organization dedicated to the memory, education, and historic preservation of the artifacts and landmarks of slavery in the United States and its economic, psychological, and cultural impact on today's society.
History and preservation of an 1864-1869 cemetery for former slaves and their children in Alexandria, Virginia. Contains burial records of African Americans 1863-1869 as well as background and personal data on the freed people and Alexandria's black residents, in general.
A national non-profit organization dedicated to the documentation, preservation and restoration of Underground Railroad safe-houses and environments. The Menare Foundation, Inc., was created from historian Anthony Cohen's research on the Underground Railroad.