Researching the Descendants and Ancestors of the Weeping Time People - free webinar by Brian Sheffey now online for limited time
The recording of today's webinar by Brian Sheffey, "Researching the Descendants and Ancestors of the Weeping Time People" is now available to view at www.FamilyTreeWebinars.comfor free for a limited time.
1859 bore witness to the largest single sale of human beings in the United States' history. 440 people were sold over a 3 day period by Pierce Mease Butler to settle his enormous debts. This presentation covers the process in researching the descendants of the 400 souls who were sold, as well as the descendants of the 400+ enslaved people Pierce Mease Butler did not sell. Collectively, this research project traces the ancestry of both groups of enslaved people further in time to connect them with their captured African ancestors who were brought to Charleston, South Carolina. The presentation covers creating a robust and flexible research strategy and the extensive international archives and repositories that have been used in the course of this research project.
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