Bernice Bennett is an author, family historian, and guest lecturer researching and documenting her African American roots in Orleans, St. Helena and Livingston Parishes of Louisiana and, Edgefield and Greenwood Counties of South Carolina. Bernice Bennett also host of a weekly blogtalkradio show - "Research at the National Archives and Beyond" - www.blogtalkradio.com/berni...
1. Research at the National Archives in Washington, DC 2. Research in Louisiana and South Carolina. 3. Guest Lecturer, story teller and small group discussion leader for individuals new to genealogical research.
MPH (Public Health)
; Civil War
; Federal Records
; Land Records
; Library of Congress
; Court Records
Time Period Specialty:
; 20th Century
; 21st Century
DC ; LA
; New Orleans
; Washington, DC
Edgefield Co., Livingston Parish, St. Helena Parish, Abbeville, Greenwood, SC
; Oral History/Interview
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