Ethnic Links, Information and Resources

African-American Resources

Native American Resources
NEW Christine's Genealogy Website. Contains: (Roll of Emigrants that have been sent to the colony of Liberia, Western Africa, by the American Colonization Society and its auxiliaries, to September, 1843) (4 Letters from Liberia to Kentucky ; 2 women and 4 children, former slaves of M.O.T.R. Wickliffe, are sent in 1833 from Lexington KY to Africa ) And much, much more!!

NEW The Library of Congress' American Memory has a whole online section relating
to the American Colonization Society:


Index to the Applications Submitted for the Eastern Cherokee Roll of 1909 (Guion Miller Roll) Native American Records


Index to the Final Rolls of Citizens and Freedmen of the Five Civilized Tribes in Indian Territory (Dawes Rolls) Native American Records

The Kentucky Historical Society new online Civil Rights Database. The Web site features Kentuckians sharing their personal experiences with the Civil Rights Movement in their own words with
access to over 300 hours of audio content, 18 hours of video content, and over 10,000 pages of electronic oral history transcriptions. Visit this
great new resource at
"Jumping the Broom"    Kentucky African American Griots

 A new Special Project from the KYGenWeb!

Kentucky Indian Tribes Online Native American Genealogy Databases
 Marriages after the Civil War             

Family Lines

Native Nashville Genealogy lots of great links! Find Your Native American Roots
Deaths  African
American Heritage Project
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Census Links Online Databases - All Tribes! Bureau of Indian Affairs

Emancipation Proclamation

 Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers' Project