(contact us by Email: info@baagginc.org or tjm_rejoice@yahoo.com)

 Birmingham African American Genealogy Group, Inc. 
Linking, The Past, Present and  Future Generations

The Birmingham Public Library Central is Open 


               Note: BAAGG Classes will be held by ZOOM Conference Meetings Only!
Members and Invited Guest will receive Zoom Login by Emails Only.


Upcoming 2022 BAAGG Classes and Events 
All classes on Sundays, 3-5 pm, except where noted

Don't forget our Annual Black Heritage Fair
Saturday, February 5th, 11:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.
Theme: Black Health and Wellness
Registration Required: See Flyer

Sunday, March 13th 2022 Class
Records of Holdings at Alabama A&M University
How to Research Records for Lauderdale County -- Angela Turner         



Sunday, April 10th 2022 Class

The 1950 Census: Are You Ready? John Lanier
How to Research Marengo County Records -- Mary Jones-Fitts

Sunday, May 15th (3rd Sun.) 2022
Finding Your Ancestors in US Colored Troop (USCT) Records -- Norma Wright

                      2022  BAAGG Board of Directors
    President        Walter Sturdivant      Chaplain                    Eloise Wormely  
    Vice Pres.        Dora Morrisett            Parliamentarian    George Weeks
    Secretary        Edna Jenkins                Historian                   Melody Johnson
    Treasurer        Norma Wright              

Reminder: Join Our Classes Via Zoom
Time: 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

BAAGG Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 12011
Birmingham, AL 35202

Visit us at: Facebook/Birmingham African American Genealogy Group


Email: info@baagginc.org


The Birmingham African American Genealogy Group (BAAGG, Inc.) was incorporated in Jefferson County, Alabama in 2013 and is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt charitable organization. You may send tax deductible contributions to the mailing address above.

On Your Visit To Birmingham, you are welcome to check out the 2nd Largest Research Library on Family History in the Country. The Linn-Henley Research Library of the Main Birmingham Public Library, which is located downtown, has many unique documents, photos, and newspaper articles from all over the State of Alabama pertaining to family history and genealogical research.

We are the Birmingham African American Genealogy Group, Inc. (BAAGG), the oldest African American genealogy group in the state of Alabama. BAAGG was organized in 1999 as the Birmingham African American Genealogy Study Group under the Birmingham Genealogical Society (BGS). Our Group was incorporated in Jefferson County, Alabama in 2013 and is a 501c3 tax-exempt Organization.

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