Genealogy Speaker Series
Our Genealogy Speaker Series is a free monthly program that takes place on the last Saturday of the month at 10 a.m. EST. The Series runs from January through October and each month features a different guest speaker who will present on a unique genealogy-related topic.
The programs will be held virtually through Zoom, so you can participate from the safety and comfort of your own home. Registration is required, so if you are interested, contact the library or email Preston Petermeier.
|January 30||Jeff Moates||Save a Cemetery with Maps, Assessments, and Proper Cleaning!|
|February 27||Annette Burke Lyttle||Intermediate African American Research|
|March 27||Gayle Londeree||Finding your Revolutionary War Patriot|
|April 24||Josh Goodman||Unique Genealogical Sources at the State Archives of Florida|
|May 29||Dan Hartman||The Old Uses of Your House Forgotten|
|June 26||Sam Williams||The Double-Edged Sword: Grappling with the Other Side of Genealogy|