The National Archives at Boston

Genealogy Workshops at the National Archives at Boston

Summer 2014

See also our Teachers' Workshops, and NARA's genealogy workshops nationwide

The National Archives at Boston offers free genealogy and history lectures. Participants learn about the genealogical and historical resources at the National Archives and how to research these records.

July 8, 20142:00 P.M.Passenger Lists, Censuses, & Naturalizations: The Big 3 Sources for Family History
Exploring family history is an engaging challenge. And the official records –censuses, passenger lists, and naturalizations—offer a treasure trove of genealogical information.

In this workshop, you’ll learn how to locate and use the resources. Then, you’re invited to start your research, and you will be assisted by the archives staff and volunteers.

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Location: The workshops take place at the National Archives at Boston, 380 Trapelo Road, Waltham, MA.

Registration: Please call (866) 406-2379 or 781-663-0130, or e-mail to register and for more details. All lectures are FREE and OPEN to the public.

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