November 20th, 2013:
A great big thank you goes out to all who attended the 2nd Annual Family History Fair presented by the Government and Heritage Library, State Archives of North Carolina and the Friends of the Archives.
Thank you to our speakers, exhibitors ,and attendees as well! It was a wonderful success! A special thank you goes to the support of the Friends of the Archives.
Remember as you can always use the Government and Heritage Library and the State Archives of North Carolina’s resources to research your family history. For more information please go here:
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Photographs from the 2nd Saturdays Family History Fair
All photographs by Mathew Waehner, North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources
State Archivist Sarah Koonts welcomes everyone to the 2nd Annual Family History Fair, October 26, 2013.
Archivist Debbi Blake gave a presentation entitled, “Before the Vital Records Law: What’s a Family Historian to Do?” In her presentation, Blake talked about alternative ways to find the data similar to that now recorded in vital records.
Professional genealogist, Diane L. Richard, principal of MosaicRPM discussed the enigmatic world of genes and the double helix in her presentation, “Who’s Your (Great-Grand) Daddy?: The basics of DNA testing for Genealogy.”
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