Beginning Your Genealogical Journey

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The only way to begin tracing your genealogy is to begin with yourself and work outward, one generation at a time. You must work from the known into the unknown. This lecture will provide the basic building blocks for those who may have recently begun or are anxious to begin tracing their family's history. This program is part of the Branch Library Series, jointly sponsored by the NYG&B and NYPL.

FREE and no registration is required.

Lauren Maehrlein is the Director of Education at the New York Genealogical & Biographical Society. She has provided educational programs throughout New Jersey, New York City and State, and at national conferences throughout the U.S. and is in the 35th year of researching her own family. Previous to working for the NYG&B she assisted clients and taught a six-session genealogy course at Bergen County adult school. Her specialties include Rhode Island, New York, and German research.

When: 
Tuesday, October 4, 2011 - 5:30pm
Venue: 
67th Street Library
Sponsor: 
Jointly by The New York Genealogical & Biographical Society and New York Public Library
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