From the FamilySearch Blog:
An image of a “Colored Census” from the archives of the Freedmen’s Bureau that was organized near the end of the American Civil War to assist newly freed slaves in 15 states and the District of Columbia. DiscoverFreedmen.org
Those looking for a Juneteenth weekend activity can go online and transcribe a small batch of digital images of records about people of African descent.
“We need indexers,” said Thom Reed, FamilySearch’s deputy chief genealogical officer for African heritage. “Come help us with this Caribbean Civil Registration Project.
You can read more about this worthwhile project at https://bit.ly/2V659tI.