Someone showed me a book about their ancestors the other day, and I was blown away. Not only had he documented over 200 years of history of his family in this county, but I was particularly blown away of the records of his slave's ancestors. Have anybody heard anything about this guy, Tony Hall? He just published a new book on how he did it, and people are saying some pretty amazing thing about it. I was just wondering how many of us Black people know about our ancestors or care to know? Oh by the way, you can google his new book, "Create Your Family History Book."