Throughout the year, the Society hosts a variety of genealogy related programs and events designed for all levels across a wide range of topics. For more information about a particular program, meeting, or event, please visit the specific page related to the item of interest.
Unless otherwise specified, all events are free and open to the public – no reservations needed.
Topic: Federal Census presented by Dorothy Miller
Dorothy Miller will present the next class on the Federal Census. Federal Census records are an important resource for every genealogist. Federal censuses were taken every ten years from 1790 to now and the information provided in them has increased and changed with every decade. The class will cover the historical context, their usefulness, where they are held and how to access them.