Finding Your Historical and Genealogical Roots Genealogy Workshop
Sponsored by Prince George’s County Council Member, Deni Taveras (District 2) in partnership with the Prince George’s County Memorial Library System, The Prince George’s County Chapter of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society, and the Prince George’s African American Museum and Cultural Center.
This series of workshops will teach participants the fundamentals of African-American historical and genealogical research. The sessions will provide the attendees with a step-by-step “how to” into tracing African-American lineage. They will show participants how to identify sources, records, and other tools needed to organize and manage research materials.
Hyattsville Library – 6530 Adelphi Rd, Hyattsville, MD 20782
SAT, 1/9/16 – 2-3:30 pm
Where are they? How can one find all these wonderful records that have been described in some of the sessions? The lecturer will provide the name, give the location and tell what kind of information can be found in some of the many institutions that house the different types of historical and genealogical records. Some of them require an actual in-person visit; but most can be accessed through the Internet. Time, rather than distance, may be the only impediment to gathering data from these sources. Repositories can be libraries, archives, courthouses and other government offices.
January 9, 2016 • 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
6530 Adelphi Road
|Contact||Tracey Tolbert Jones
301-809-0440 ext 111
|Entry Added By||Kendra Blackwell | Entry #2509|