ANNOUNCING THE FREE GENEALOGY EVENT OF THE YEAR
Tell Your FANs - Friends, Associates and Neighbors.
Especially Tell Your FANs Who Are Genealogy Beginners, Novices, or Just Curious.
Everybody is invited to the 14th Annual Family History Day at the
California State Archives on October 13, 2012 from 8:30 a.m to 4:30p.m.
WHAT TO EXPECT
"Discover Ancestral Gold" in 24 beginner and basic level genealogy
sessions. Each session will be one hour - 15 minutes longer than last
year. Topics include beginning genealogy, census, cemetery research,
maps, correspondence, forms, German research, Black research, Eastern
European research, archives and libraries panel, internet resources
panel, and more.
Take a class in the State Archives Preservation Lab: State Archives
staff will demonstrate how documents are preserved.
Take a tour of the State Archives: State Archives staff will guide
small groups through the "vault", describing the document storage area
not typically open to the public.
Visit with exhibitors representing genealogical, historical and
lineage societies, and federal, state and local research libraries and
Browse in the Root Cellar Genealogical Library: newly reorganized with
New! Syllabus with speaker handouts and exhibitor contact information.
Five Dollars. Reservation details on blog.
New! Pre-registration for classroom space-planning purposes. See blog
New! More free parking.
New! Two additional classrooms
Free admission to The California Museum on Family History Day - it's
in the same building.
Location: California State Archives, 1020 “O” Street, Sacramento,
Sponsors: California State Archives; Root Cellar Sacramento
Genealogical Society; Genealogical and Historical Council of
Sacramento Valley, and The California Museum.
Please forward this to your FANs - we'll see you on October 13th.
Denise H. Richmond, Chairperson
Family History Day 2012 at the California State Archives