Family History Dinner Presenters

On the first Friday in May of each year the Afro-American Historical Association sponsors a “Family History Dinner” as part of its annual business meeting. The dinner features a community member who has done genealogical research or has researched and written about a local history topic. That person is given an audience to which the fruits of their work can be presented. The year’s winner of the Association’s “Carter Woodson Local History Essay Contest” is also featured on the program. The following are previous “Family History Dinner” presenters.

Persons doing family or community history and wish to be considered for future presentations should contact Mrs. Madeline Scott (mscott@apollo3.com) or 716-834-4982

Previous Family History Dinner Presenters

Year

1981

1982

1983

1984

1985

1986

1987

1988

1989

1990

1991

1992

1993

1994

1995

1996

1997

1998

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

 

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2013

2012

2011

Presenter

Madeline Easley-Scott

Stanton Biddle, PhD/Carol Mitchell on Joseph Hodge

Frances Murphy Campbell

Arthur Anderson, Esq.

Josephine Holmes

Sheila Nickson

Geraldine Barkley

George K. Arthur

Leeland Jones, Jr.

Celes Tisdale

John V. Elmore, Esq.

Deborah Turner

Dr. Lydia T Wright-Evans

Carl Mostiller

B. Gwendolyn Greene (The Chapel)

Marva Daniels

Robert Davis

Sonia Walker

Ora Anderson Curry

Stanton Biddle, PhD

Florence Curtis Hargrave

Barbara Nevergold, PhD

George K. Arthur
Dr. Felix Armfield
Adonois Dawkins

Georgia Burnett

Zola Crowell

Sharon Amos, Ph.D
Fern Beavers, RN
“A History of St. John Baptist Church (1927- 2002), Buffalo, NY”

Eva Doyle

Barbara Nevergold, Ph.D. and Peggy Brooks-Bertram, Ph.D.

Dr. Sharon Amos

Celebration of the Founders: Documentary DVD

Colored Musicians Club,  President George Scott

Linda Duke

Linda Capers Wheeler