11 February 2012

California African American Genealogical Society 35th Anniversary Conference

Next Saturday, 18 February 2012, I will be the speaker for the California African American Genealogical Society's seminar in Los Angeles. I have several friends who are members of the CAAGS and I look forward to making new friends. I will be presenting these four lectures with both a general outlook and with some specific African American research angles.

  • Tho' They Were Poor, They May Have Been Rich in Records
  • Genealogy & the Internet: Make it Work for You"
  • Railroad Records & Railroad History: Methods for Tracking"
  • Southern Records
Please join us for a fun and educational day. For registration information: www.caags.org/caagsflyer.pdf.
To learn more about CAAGS:  http://www.caags.org/

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