We meet at Clayton State University Library

We meet every other month starting in February, at Clayton State University in the University Center room 265.
We start at 3pm and end around 5pm. Everyone age 16 or older is welcome, from beginners to experts.

Park in the "G" area and walk to the University Center "12" on the map. Go to the entrance on the East Side. Once inside, look for our classroom across from the entrance to the Library.



February 6 2011 meeting

From Selma's blog:
“Census Records: Why, How, Where, What” will be the topic of the Clayton State University genealogy group meeting February 6, 2011.
The workshop will be held at Clayton State University, 2000 Clayton State Blvd, Morrow, GA, 3-5 p.m. in the library room L200.

The workshop will answer the following census questions:
Why start genealogy with the census?
What census records are on microfilm or digital?
Why search for the family in every census?
What information is available on the census record?
Where does the researcher find census records?
How does the researcher locate a person or family?

At the January CSU genealogy group workshop on organization, Vicki Evans shared her resources checklist. This form simplifies identifying available records, both what the researcher has and what needs to be found. Contact Vicki for a printable copy.
The workshop will provide time for research. Bring a laptop.

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