Mining Federal Records - Genealogy Workshop
Thu, Mar 21, 2019 –
Mining For Genealogical Gold in Federal Records:A Two-Part Workshop with Linda MacIver» 10:30 am - noon
You haven't done that "reasonably exhaustive search" unless you include more than the usual federal records. It really is a myth that our families weren't important enough to be in records preserved at the National Archives!
Space is limited, Registration is required. (Participants must be able to make Parts 1 and 2.)
UPDATE: As of 3/11/19 registration for this course is now full, however we are taking a few names on a wait-list should a space open up.
This is not a beginners class. Some experience with genealogy research is preferred.
To register stop by the Circulation Desk or call the Library at 781.334.5411 or 781.334.6404.
Meet the Presenter:
Linda MacIver is an educator, lecturer, librarian and genealogy researched. She recently retired from a 27 year career at the Boston Public Library where she inaugurated the BPL patron genealogy classes in 2011. Linda is the Secretary of the Massachusetts Genealogical Council and a member of the Massachusetts Society of Genealogists (MSOG) and the Essex Society of Genealogists (ESOG). She serves as the New England Representative for the Essex Record Office in England. Linda has a BA in History from the University of New Hampshire, and MEd. from Boston University and earned her MLIS at Simmons College.
The second part will be held on Thursday, March 28 @ 10:30 a.m.