Many Roots, One Tree: Exploring Americans’ Diverse Origins Through Genealogical Research

Many Roots, One Tree: Exploring Americans’ Diverse Origins Through Genealogical Research
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Arkansas State Archives
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Starting
May 21, 10:00AM
Ending
May 21, 02:00PM
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Location
100 S.W. Morrison St., Washington, AR, 71862
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Melissa Nesbitt

Archival Manager (SARA)

Join Southwest Arkansas Regional Archives for different sessions exploring American's diverse origins through genealogical research.

Featured speakers and sessions are:

  • Carla Hines Coleman with the Afro American Historical and Genealogical Society – “Finding Your Roots in African American Genealogy”
  • Erin Fehr with the Sequoya National Research Center – “To Be or Wannabe: A Guide to American Indian Ancestry”
  • Jane Wilkerson with the State Archives – “Immigration and Genealogy Research: What to Look for and Where to Find It”

This is a free event Saturday, May 21 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the WPA Gymnasium located at 100 S.W. Morrison St. in Washington, Arkansas.

Deadline to register is Friday, May 13.

Refreshments and lunch are provided.

Once registered we'll send you an email confirmation with details on how to select your lunch entrée.

You can also watch online via Zoom. Link will be provided in confirmation email.

Cosponsors for this event are the Black History Commission of Arkansas, Arkansas Genealogical Society and the SARA Foundation, Inc.

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