Our Family Tree: A Generational History (Hardcover)

Our Family Tree: A Generational History By Julie Bunton, Sharon Leslie Morgan (Introduction by) Cover Image
By Julie Bunton, Sharon Leslie Morgan (Introduction by)
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Organize your ancestry research while creating a beautiful keepsake to pass on to future generations with Our Family Tree.

Find your way through your family history and record your results with this beautiful keepsake. Whether as a gift to a relative or for yourself, this modern family tree allows for multi-generations and their activities to be included. Customizable and inclusive, make this truly your own through: this charming guide to your ancestry includes:
  • Ancestral charts for you, your partner, and your family members
  • Records for citizenship and immigration
  • Places to record your and your families' favorite things
  • A place for chosen family, including pets
  • Blank pages for pasting in photographs and mementos
  • And more!
An introduction from renowned genealogist and author of Finding your Family Tree Sharon Leslie Morgan helps guide you on your journey with helpful tips and a research checklist to set you on your course of discovery. No matter how thorny your family tree may be, discovering your ancestry can connect you to an essential part of your identity. Get this easy-to-use, beautifully illustrated keepsake to remember your family history and try your hand at genealogy. 

About the Author


Julie Bunton composes keepsakes for friends and families to help them chronicle important relationships and memories.  A self-proclaimed history buff and avid collector of daguerreotypes, she lives in Saint Albans, Maine in an 100-year-old farmhouse with her cherished Newfoundland named Samuel.

Sharon Leslie Morgan is a writer and genealogist as well as an expert in multicultural marketing. She is the founder of Our Black Ancestry, a website and Facebook group devoted to African American genealogy, that has more than 35,000 members. She writes and speaks extensively. In 2021, she was a keynote speaker for the annual RootsTech conference. Sponsored by FamilySearch, it is the largest family history convocation in the world. It was attended (virtually) by over 1 million participants from 242 countries. 

She is the co-author, with Thomas Norman DeWolf, of GATHER AT THE TABLE: The Healing Journey of a Daughter of Slavery and a Son of the Slave Trade (Beacon Press, 2012). It won the Phillis Wheatley Award for best nonfiction/memoir at the Harlem Book Fair.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781577153733
ISBN-10: 1577153731
Publisher: Wellfleet Press
Publication Date: September 19th, 2023
Pages: 160
Language: English