"Beginning African American Genealogy Research" presented by Sabra Johnson — Arlington Genealogical Society (In-Person & Virtual)

6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
George W. Hawkes Downtown Library
[re]Brary Room B

Event Details

Join the Arlington Genealogical Society on the second Tuesday of each month (except July and August) for a social time starting at 6:00, a short business meeting occurring at 6:30, and especially for the presentation that follows!

This event is made possible through a vibrant partnership between the Arlington Public Library and the Arlington Genealogical Society (AGS), and is open to members and visitors alike. 

For Zoom access information to attend virtually, email LibLearningDist@ArlingtonTX.gov.
AGS members can also find remote instructions in the monthly email newsletter.

This Black History Month, why not explore your family history guided by African-American genealogist, Sabra Johnson! No matter what ethnic background you have, you are sure to learn new and interesting research techniques from her examples. 

There are unique challenges to be sure, but don't let those keep you from discovering everything you can about your family history! More resources for pushing beyond the so-called "1865 barrier" are being uncovered and made available every year. 

Come learn about research strategies and sources focused on your unique heritage (no matter who you are!)

Event Type(s): Genealogy and Local History, 0 - Virtual Events
Age Group(s): Adult (18+), Seniors
Mark Dellenbaugh