Resources for Genealogists

Our Genealogy Workshops Nationwide

Please check back often for schedule updates!

The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) offers the public a comprehensive program of genealogical workshops and courses in its facilities nationwide. Topics include an introduction to genealogy and research into records such as census schedules, military service and pension records, and passenger lists.



Remembering D-Day through NARA's Records, Fort Worth, TX, June 6
Using FamilySearch, New York City, NY, June 10
Introduction to Genealogy at the National Archives, Washington, DC, June 14
Revolutionary War Military and Patriotic Service, Washington, DC, June 14
“Help! I'm Stuck” Genealogy Consultation, Washington, DC, June 14
War of 1812 Navy Records, Washington, DC, June 18


Passenger Lists, Censuses, & Naturalizations: The Big 3, Boston, MA, July 8
The National Archives Online, Seattle, WA, July 12
Understanding the National Archives, Seattle, WA, July 12


Preserving Your Family Papers, Fort Worth, TX, August 1


What Can I find in Federal Court Records?, Fort Worth, TX, September 5
Maps and Genealogy, Philadelphia, PA, September 17


Public Land Records at NARA, Fort Worth, TX, October 3
Philadelphia Archdiocesan Historical Research Center (PAHRC), Philadelphia, PA, October 15


Finding Your World War I Relative, Fort Worth, TX, November 7

December's Native American page, Fort Worth, TX, December 5

Separate genealogy programs are held in Washington, DC, and in the regional facilities. For details on any given program, please contact that facility directly:

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The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration
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