Click on the following links to online resources designed to help with organizing a successful and memorable family reunion.
Reunions Magazine: www.reunionsmag.com - This is a quarterly magazine for reunion organizers that provides tools for all aspects of the planning process including, reunion podcasts for listening
Reunions Magazine link to archive of back issues:
Reunion Timeline: http://www.bhg.com/health-family/reunions/planning/reunion-timeline/
African American Family Reunion Primer: http://www.reunions.afrigeneas.com/
Family Reunion Fundraising: http://www.genealogy.com/genealogy/46_reunion.html
10 Fun Family History Activities for Family Reunions:
Family Reunion Planning - http://family-reunion.com/ - ideas, games, activities, and resources
Family Research Resources:
The following links are internet resources to help further your family research and discovery.
Ancestry.com: http://www.ancestry.com/- Enormous database of the US Census and other records. Indispensible to the serious researcher - Requires a subscription
Family Search: https://familysearch.org/ - This is the research site for the Church of Latter Day Saints (LDS), the mother of all U.S.-based genealogical organizations.
Afrigeneas.com: http://afrigeneas.com/ - University based genealogical exchange; networking and forums; how-to-workshops. Strong site for sharing information and connecting with other researchers
U.S. GenWeb Project: http://www.usgenweb.org/- Resources by state and by county – wills, marriages, and other probate records transcribed by volunteers. Eventually, you will need to go here.
Doll’s Genealogy: http://dollsgen.com/ - Tuskegee and Macon County, Alabama specific
Christine’s Genealogy Website: http://ccharity.com/
Varied resources for African American family research, discovery, stories, and active forum
Family on the ‘Net’:
Morgan Harper, Jr. - Geni Family Website: http://www.geni.com/people/Morgan-Kenny-Harper-Jr/- Morgan is a descendant of Robert Harper
Linda Kenney Miller: http://www.lindakenneymiller.com - Site for “Beacon on the Hill,” Harper House publishers; historical novel relating the story of Dr. John A. Kenney, by his granddaughter. Linda is a descendant of Mattie Harper.