5 Things to Know About Catholic History in Maryland

This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure policy for more info. Catholic History in Maryland Welcome back to Tenacious Genealogy! My last post on this subject, I focused on the lives of Huguenots – French Protestants who came to America to practice their religion freely (among other things). But they weren’t Read More

10 Books on African American Genealogy & History

African American genealogy This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure policy for more info. Welcome back to Tenacious Genealogy! Given that it is February, I figured I’d highlight a list of books for family historians and genealogists who are just beginning or are in the process of researching and learning Read More

5 Things to Know About Freedmen’s Bureau records

This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure policy for more info. Welcome to Tenacious Genealogy! Today I’m going to delve into the Freedmen’s Bureau records. This is another set of collections that are important to genealogists and family historians, especially those with ancestors from the American South or who are Read More

5 Things You Need To Know About the Daughters of the American Revolution

DAR This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure policy for more info. Welcome to Tenacious Genealogy! Today I’m going to delve into another historical/lineage society much like The Mayflower Society – the Daughters of the American Revolution. The DAR (as they are more commonly known) is probably one of the Read More

Book Review: Remarkable Women of San Diego

This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure policy for more info. Remarkable Women of San Diego Welcome back to Tenacious Genealogy! Today’s post is shorter, but still great. I am focusing on a local history book titled: Remarkable Women of San Diego: Pioneers, Visionaries, and Innovators. Book Review of Remarkable Read More