A new article published on February 8 in The Advocate details the efforts underway at the River Road African American Museum to make digitized documents about enslaved people in Ascension Parish in Louisiana more widely available to the public. The article, called “Tracking family history of enslaved ancestors in Louisiana? Donaldsonville museum can help“, also describes the Enslaved project and quotes Dr. Gwendolyn Midlo Hall, a partner on the project. It also provies some details about the ongoing partnership between River Road African American Museum and Family Search.

The full text of the article can be found here.