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By Diane Bunting/Board Member—
LUBBOCK – Are you interested in your family history? Whether a beginner or you have been researching for several years, please join us. We are meeting virtually. We all had to learn how to do this and we will teach you from the comfort of your home. Contact us today at [email protected] .
On Saturday, Jan. 9th, Kelvin Myers, a Texan and professional forensic genealogist, will present “Using the Territorial Papers”. He will teach us how to use the 28-volume set of Territorial Papers located in the Genealogical Section of the Mahon Library.
The Territorial Papers are important territorial documents found in Washington, D.C. These documents were selected from the archives of the Departments of State, Treasury, War, Interior, and Post Office, from the Senate Library, the Library of Congress, and the General Accounting Office.
Also, mark your calendars for the Caprock Genealogy Conference on Saturday, April 17. This conference will also be virtual. Our speaker will be Billie Stone Fogarty, Professional Genealogist and Genealogical Instructor. If you are interested in attending this conference, send an email to [email protected] and we will get the proper information to you.