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Coming in January - Beginning Genealogy Series taught by members of the California Genealogical Society -
This interactive 4 week series will be a hands on computer oriented introduction to research strategies, evaluation of records and organization. Class will be limited to 15 participants and the fee will be announced shortly.
Class and Event Schedule
|Nov 9||AAGSNC - Patron Orientation||1||1P|
|Nov 13||East Bay Genealogical Society Meeting||monthly||10:00A|
|Nov 13||Mac Gen Users Workshop||George||monthly||7:00P|
|Nov 16||WETA in the FamilySearch Library||
|Nov 16||Grandma Where Are You? Finding the Women ..||Sellers||once||2:00P|
|Nov 19||African American Research Workshop||Ward||monthly||6:00P|
|Nov 20||San Jose Genealogy Group||Erickson||10:00A|
|Nov 21||San Jose Genealogy Group||Erickson||10:00A|
|Nov 23||WETA in the FamilySearch Library||10:00A|
|Nov 23||MacGen Group||George||1:30P|
|Dec 7||WETA in the FamilySearch Library||10:00A|
|Dec 10||Baywood Court residents visit the library||1||11:00A|
|Dec 11||East Bay Genealogical Society Meeting||monthly||10:00A|
|Dec 11||Mac Gen Users Workshop||George||monthly||7:00P|
|Dec 14||WETA in the FamilySearch Library||10:00A|
- SFBAJGS = San Francisco Bay Area Jewish Genealogical Society
- AAGSNC = African American Genealogial Society of Northern California
Grandma, where are you? Finding the Women in Your Family Tree - Instructor, Janice Sellers, APG - Female relatives can be difficult to trace, but they can be found. This presentation covers resources for tracing the women in your family, including family items, federal and state census records, immigration records, vital records, church records, journals, newspapers, legal and court records, library archives, and manuscript collections.
African American Research Workshop - Instructor, Genealogist Alvis Ward Jr. - This is an ongoing free hands-on research workshop comprised of African Americans, also referred to as Black or Afro-American, or those who harmonize with Sub-Saharan Africa, with ancestry, citizenship, or residency in the United States. The workshop is an interactive exchange of research tools, methods and systems, and discussions necessary for progress at individual levels of family histories and genealogies impacted by the 16th Century removal of Africans to America as slaves. No pre-registration is required. For additional information E-Mail :firstname.lastname@example.org
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