Upcoming Free Genealogy Classes @ the Central Library

4/3/2014 -12pm-1pm – Jumpstart Your Genealogy – Learn what is involved in genealogy research, the starting steps in genealogy and gain an overview of select, easy to use, high impact genealogy resources. This event will be held in the Ring of Knowledge.

4/10/2014 -12pm-1pm – HeritageQuest Helper – HeritageQuest Online is a genealogy database which includes resources such as U.S. Federal Census Records, Revolutionary War pension files, Freedmen’s Bank Records, and thousands of family and local history books. It is available for use in-library and from home with a Buffalo and Erie County Public Library Card. This event will be held in The Ring of Knowledge.

4/17/2014 – 12pm-1pm – Print Sources for Genealogy Research – Primary records aren’t the only sources for genealogy research. Published works can advance family lines, provide details of ancestors’ lives and help break down brick walls. Learn how print resources such as histories, directories, newspapers and magazines can help you expand your family tree. Tips on locating published resources will also be given. This event will be held in The Ring of Knowledge.

4/17/2014 – 5:30-7:30 pm – Genealogy 101 – This is an introduction to genealogy research including basic concepts, the types of records used, and an overview of genealogy databases available through the Buffalo and Erie County Public Library System.Held in the Computer Training Lab, 2nd Floor, Central Library. Registration is required. Please call 858-7132 to register or in person at the Central Library Borrower Services Desk from 9 am – 5 pm, Monday – Saturday. Registration begins 1 month prior to the class date.

4/24/2014 – 12pm-1pm – Breaking Old World – The key to breaking your genealogy research into the “Old World” is knowing your immigrant ancestor’s origin. Learn about American resources which will tell you your ancestor’s birth town or region. This event will be held in The Ring of Knowledge.

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