2023 National Archives Genealogy Series
In recognition of public service, the National Archives is offering a special Genealogy Series
focused on both military and civilian records. This series will provide family history research tools for all skill levels along with a general overview to specific topics. Broadcasts of the program sessions will take place in May and June. All are welcome! Upcoming broadcasts are listed below, and for more details, click HERE
• May 31 @ 1:00PM Eastern: Civilian Conservation Corps Indian Division on the Reservation
• June 7 @ 1:00PM Eastern: Accessing and Understanding Korean War Army Unit Records
• June 14 @ 1:00PM Eastern: Planning, Techniques and Strategies for Preserving Family Collections and Stories
Arizona Genealogy Day was a HUGE success!
Our sincere "thanks" to all the folks who attended this year, and a BIG thank you to the wonderful speakers who presented programs on a variety of genealogy topics: J. Mark Lowe, Ari Wilkins, Elizabeth Hodges, Wendi Goen, Yahm Levin, and Cyndi Ingle. We all learned new skills and expanded our genealogy knowledge.
Arizona Genealogy Day is a FREE event sponsored by Arizona Genealogical Advisory Board and Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records. If you missed this year's event, now is the time to mark your calendar for April 2024 for our next Arizona Genealogy Day.
The March 2023 edition is now available.
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Promoting genealogy and history by addressing the education needs and interests of the Arizona genealogical community and the general public through cooperation between member societies and individuals.