February 10, 200 pm Meet us as we discuss “Winter Cottage” by Mary Ellen Taylor Copies of the book are available at the library. OR you can place a hold here. Click here to register.
Genealogy Book Club
December 21, 1:00 pm Come in out of the cold and enjoy a cup of tea, some sandwiches and cookies. You can bring in a family recipe to share with us. Bring in a copy of the recipe and a few cookies for us to sample! This is not mandatory. You may also bring in … Continued
September 21, 6:30 pm Presenter Jim Jackson Information on soldier’s military experience and later life is available from federal, state and local records. Some of these records have been reproduced or made available online. Many useful internet research sites are presented. Registration required, please click here to register. This program will be conducted on Zoom … Continued
July 20, 6:30 pm Presentation by Laressa Northup. Quakers were a considerable part of the population in colonial times and in the 1800’s. Discover what you need to know regarding their recordkeeping, their organization, where to find their records, what is in the records, and where to find Quaker Archives. We will talk about Henshaw’s … Continued
June 15, 6:30 pm Presenter: Derek Blunt “Remember the Maine!” – The Spanish American War – This program will cover the events leading up to and including the war. A discussion of what kinds of artifacts and records were created and where to find them. Derek Blount is a professional genealogist with his own business, … Continued
May 18, 6:30 pm Are you interested in learning more about the history of your home or other historic building? This program will review a number of primary and secondary sources that can help you identify who originally owned the land, the age of the house, and more about the people who have lived there. … Continued
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April 20, 6:30 pm Presented by Donna Simons. Donna will show us a powerpoint presentation with photographs from Michigan Technological University along with a short video about the Copper Country. She will discuss the 1913 copper mining labor strike in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and how it led to a tragedy on Christmas Eve and kill … Continued
All are welcome to come share their ideas, show genealogy treasures or tell us about a brick wall that they have encountered. We all have a lot of experiences to share with each other!