Genealogy Projects tagged with massacres on the Geni Family Tree

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  • Texas Revolution

    Texas Revolution This project is for those that participated on either side (Mexican or Texian) of the Texas Revolution. Texas Revolution Overview Date(s): October 2, 1835 – April 21, 1836 Location: Texas Result: Treaties of Velasco and the formation of the Republic of Texas Territorial changes: De facto Texan independence from the centralist Republic of Mexico Strength: Texian ...

  • Indian Massacres

    Indian Massacres Cultural clashes between European settlers and Natives lasted for over four hundred years, from isolated incidents to large scale, organized wars. If the casualty was a civilian, of any background, our goal is to capture their death in a project on this list of “Indian Massacres.” So please add profiles to the massacre projects listed below; those projects are also found in...

  • Native American Diaspora

    Overview American Indians were sent all over the world, including Bermuda, Bahamas, the Caribbean, Europe and Northwest Africa. The Native Americans were not just pushed westward across North America, they were exiled to the West Indies, and even the Southwest Pacific (New Guinea). Native American Diaspora Blog Please follow the format of the project, and add people to the body. Also ...

  • Captured by Indians

    During the westward expansion of pioneers in the 17th through 19th centuries, thousands of European and African settlers were captured by American Indians. Indians waging war against settlers and other tribes often killed adult men and took women and children captive. These captives were adopted and integrated into tribal society. Their presence helped strengthen the tribe. Settlers in pion...

  • Wilmington Massacre of 1898

    The Wilmington insurrection of 1898, also known as the Wilmington massacre of 1898 or the Wilmington coup of 1898, occurred in Wilmington, North Carolina, on Thursday, November 10, 1898. This project seeks to better understand these events from a genealogical point of view and assist descendants of those affected to learn about their ancestor's stories. Perpetrators Charles Brantley Aycoc...

  • Goliad County, Texas United States of America

    This is a (sub) project of the State of Texas and Counties Project and the Goliad County, Texas sub-project is for those who were born, lived, and died in Goliad County, Texas . Goliad County, Texas Genealogy on familysearch.org Goliad County, Texas on Wikipedia Goliad County, Texas on historictexas.net website Adjacent counties DeWitt County (north) Victoria County (northeast) ...

  • Ellis Island Arrivals: 1901-1910

    This project is the second sub-project in the Ellis Island series. Please add profiles for this time period. afterwards we will work on a master project or portal; collaborators needed! Summary Immigration timeline The experience for Asian immigrants in this period was quite different. In 1882, Congress passed the Chinese Exclusion Act, severely restricting immigration from China. S...