We have a great opportunity to discover our ancestors and tell their stories. As we tell their stories, we tell our own stories and the stories our communities, and our local history.
There is so much to be discovered! We have heritage that we should not only be proud of, but we should also share with others because our personal history is part of our collective history.
by Sherri Camp
October 2012 - Received our Charter from the AAHGS National at the National Conference in Little Rock, Arkansas. Started Chapter with 10 Charter Members.
Members exhibited at the 2012 Kansas Ancestors Fair at the Kansas Historical Society.
October 2013- Represented the Kansas Chapter at the AAHGS National Conference in Greensboro, North Carolina.
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Kansas has a uniquie African American history that puts us in the heart of the country, both literally and figuratively.
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