Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society, Inc. - Prince George's County, MD Chapter

About Us

The Prince George’s County, Maryland Chapter of AAHGS was organized in July 1994 and chartered 28 April 1995. As a non-profit volunteer organization, our objectives are to promote Black History in Prince George’s County, to encourage the historical and genealogical studies of African Americans currently residing in the county, and to support the goals and objectives of our national society. To reach these objectives, AAHGS-PGCM conducts activities such as: workshops, speaker forums, discussion groups, onsite research, speakers bureau, exhibits, and networking.

Juneteenth
Jun 19, 10:00 AM EDT
(via Zoom)
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Membership

The members of AAHGS-PGCM are anxious to interact with people who share our research goals, especially research into African-American history and genealogy.

Our objectives are to promote Black History in Prince George’s County, to encourage the historical and genealogical studies of African Americans currently residing in the county, and to support the goals and objectives of our national society. To reach these objectives, AAHGS-PGCM conducts activities such as: workshops, speaker forums, discussion groups, onsite research, speakers bureau, exhibits, and networking.

We would like to share information, ideas, resources, research methods, tips, etc. Please contact one of us if you would like to learn, teach, or discuss any topics.

 

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