Join an exploration of African American migrations large and small, along with many of the factors that spurred movement.
Oftentimes genealogists are faced with the perplexing movements of their ancestors.
Armed with a better understanding of black migrations, researchers can increase their ability to explain inexplicable moves and solve lingering mysteries.
About the Presenter
Tim Pinnick is a book author, article writer, and national speaker with more than 30 years overall research experience including all the major U.S. repositories.
He is an associate instructor in the biennial “Researching African American Ancestors” course at the Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research.
Tim has also presented historical papers at numerous large conferences.