The National Archives at Fort Worth

2018 Genealogy Workshops

Date Workshop
February 23, 2018 Census Records in Historical Context 
Do you ever wonder why the questions on the census change?  In this program, learn how to gain a better understanding of the historical context of the time when a specific census was taken and how it will inform your research. 
April 6, 2018 Baseball:  The National Pastime at the National Archives!​
The sport of baseball is intertwined with the history of America.  Join us to explore the national pastime in the records of the National Archives.
October 5, 2018 Beyond the Census:  What Else is Out There?  NARA Records Online​
Digitization has changed the way we research and more records are available at our fingertips than ever before.  Learn where the most current digitized records can be found and what interesting records are out there waiting to be explored.
November 2, 2018 Baking, Soil Erosion, and Rats...Oh My! Records of the Extension Service
The records of the Extension Service are some of the most interesting records held at the National Archives…and you just never know what you might find!  They can provide a glimpse into local history and can even possibly aid individuals in genealogical research. 

Registration: The public should register via ftworth.education@nara.gov to reserve a space.

Cost: All programs are free and open to the public.

Location: All programs will be held in the Training Room, 1400 John Burgess Drive, Fort Worth, Texas 76140.

Time: Programs run from Noon to 1:00pm.

Workshop space is very limited, so prior registration is required. For questions call us at 817-551-2051 or e-mail us at ftworth.education@nara.gov to register or for more details.

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National Archives at Fort Worth Calendar of Events

  • February 23 Friday

    Fort Worth, TX - 12:00pm to 1:00pm CST

    Census Records in Historical Context

    Learn how to gain a better understanding of the historical context of the time when a specific census was taken and how it will inform your research. 

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