Tag Archive | Char McCargo Bah

My Second Book Writing and Researching Journey

My new book, “The Alexandria’s Freedmen’s Cemetery: A Legacy of Freedom” will be released in January 2019. In reflecting on

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being an author, I have started tweeting about my experience with my first book that I co-author titled, “African Americans of Alexandria, Virginia: Beacons of Light in the Twentieth Century.” You can find my “tweets” at #Char McCargo.

For the release of my second book, I will give weekly entries on this blog of my journey in writing “The Alexandria’s Freedmen’s Cemetery: A Legacy of Freedom.” So check out this blog weekly to learn about my journey and behind the scenes of researching and writing my second book.

Mount Vernon Genealogical Society Lecture

On Tuesday, August 15, 2017, I will be giving a lecture at the Mount Vernon Genealogical Society at the Hollin Hall Senior Center, 1500 Shenandoah Road in Alexandria, Virginia. See the press release. The topic is “Finding a Variety of Pre and Post-Civil War Records on Your Virginia Ancestor, Including Plantation Records” please see the lecture syllabus.

Also, my 2018 calendar is now open for genealogical lectures.

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