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Birmingham Public Library Central Branch

2100 Park Place

Birmingham, AL 35203

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Join us for a free genealogy workshop as part of the Alabama Historical Association's annual meeting in Birmingham! Seating is limited, and pre-registration is required.

The workshop will consist of two tracks: Beginning (limited to 20) and Intermediate (limited to 60).

  • The "Beginning Genealogy" course will meet for a seminar on how to start your research, and will include a tour of the library's resources.

  • The "Intermediate Genealogy" course will offer four stations. During registration, please select TWO stations. Topics include African American research, Native American research, the Alabama First Families program, and Digital Resources.

Both tracks will end the day with a 40-minute seminar on DNA and family history.

Plan to arrive at 12:30 p.m. for registration so that the workshop can begin promptly at 1:00 p.m. Parking is available at the Birmingham Public Library and also at the parking lot across the street from the library at the corner of Richard Arrington Blvd. and Seventh Avenue North (enter from Seventh Avenue).

The workshop is sponsored by the Alabama Genealogical Society, Alabama Heritage, Birmingham African American Genealogy Group, Alabama Historical Association, and the Birmingham Public Library. For more information, contact Dr. Donna Cox Baker at donna.baker@ua.edu.

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