Significant amounts of research and writings have been compiled on engaging in African American family history. An expert in the field will guide participants through the process of finding and using these works to one’s greatest advantage. Presented by Timothy N. Pinnick.
Timothy N. Pinnick is a book author, article writer, and national speaker with more than 35 years overall research experience, including all the major U.S. repositories. In 2019, Tim became the coordinator and facilitator of a landmark workshop course entitled “Building an African American Research Toolbox” for the Institute of Genealogy & Historical Research (IGHR). He has presented papers at large history conferences including the Association for the Study of African American Life and History conference in 2019, along with speaking at the Federation of Genealogical Society Conferences, Ohio Genealogical Society Annual Conferences, and much more. Recently, Timothy worked with the New Hanover County Remembrance Project to shed light on the stories of the victims of the 1898 Wilmington Coup in North Carolina and track down the living descendants.
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