- Educate the African American community on the importance of researching it's family history.
- Extract (birth, death, marriage, slave and slave owners, will and deed records, newspaper and obituaries) to assist in African American research.
- Promote African American resources found in the Dallas Public Library.
The DGS/AAGIG promotes the study of Black genealogy and provides information through educational programs on tracing African-American roots.
Meetings are held on third Tuesdays in the Downtown Library Auditorium beginning at 6:00 p.m from September to May.
Dallas Genealogical SocietyP. O. Box 12446Dallas, Texas 75225-0446Voice Mail 469-948-1106 E-mail mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=Dallas for information or questions about the society, please include your complete name.