Genealogy Workshops at the National Archives at Boston
Winter - Summer 2013
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.
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|Tues. Apr 2, 2013||2 P.M.||Researcher Forum: Resources, strategies, services, and navigating the world of 21st-century research.|
|Thur. Apr 18, 2013||6 P.M.||Patriots' Day Program.|
|Wed. Apr 24, 2013||10 A.M.||History for Kids (Gr. 3-8 & chaperones): Get Ready for Patriots' Day|
|Tues. May 7, 2013||2 P.M.||Our Town: Discovering Local History in the Archives|
|Thurs. May 23, 2013||6 P.M.||Finding Our Jewish Ancestors: Jewish history, migration, and genealogy. Genealogist Meredith Hoffman of the Jewish Genealogical Society presents.|
|Tues. Jun 4, 2013||2 P.M.||They Went Down to the Sea in Ships: 19th c. crew lists, shipping articles, & more|
|Thurs. June 20, 2013||6 P.M.||Boston's POWs in WWII. Expert Anne Marie Reardon, guest presenter.|
|Tues. Jul 9, 2013||2 P.M.||Introduction to Genealogy. Everything you need to get started.|
|Thurs. July 18, 2013||6 P.M.||Introduction to Genealogy. Everything you need to get started.|
|Tues. Aug 6, 2013||2 P.M.||Census, Passenger Lists, and Naturalization Records|
Location: The workshops take place at the National Archives at Boston, 380 Trapelo Road, Waltham, MA.
Registration: Reservations Required. Call (866) 406-2379 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to register and for more details. All lectures are FREE and OPEN to the public.