Using Private Collections for Genealogical Research
August 22, 2015, 10-11a.m.
Join us for a free genealogy workshop presented by the North Carolina Government and Heritage Library and the State Archives of North Carolina.
Hand drawn family tree, Bullard Family Bible Records, State Archives of North Carolina.
Materials such as family papers, church and organizational records can be valuable resources when conducting genealogical research. Join us as we discuss private collections, what kinds of information you can find and the holdings of the North Carolina Government and Heritage Library and State Archives of North Carolina.
Program will be held at the Archives/State Library Building
109 E. Jones Street, Raleigh, North Carolina.
To register or for more information please call (919)807-7450 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Government and Heritage Library part of the State Library of North Carolina and State Archives are celebrating the ways they help preserve information whether created physically or digitally. It’s part of National Preservation Week, April 26 – May 2, which highlights the role libraries, archives and other cultural institutions play in preserving our information. A week of activities await you.
A social media campaign, daily preservation trivia question, exhibits and other activities are available. Discover activities from the State Archives here and from the State Library here. The State Archives and State Library are located at 109 E. Jones St., where they will offer Preservation Week programs on site: (more…)