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.



June's Class: Medical Terminology, Plagues and Dental History

Medical Terminology, Plagues and Dental History

Do you want to know more about how your ancestors died? What are the causes of death in your ancestor's obituaries? Perhaps our guest speaker, Dr. James Davis Jr will be able to enlighten you. June 3rd from 3 to 5 like usual.
There will also be time for research and discussion.

Dr. Davis practices Maxillofacial Prosthodontics in Tucker Ga. He is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.  This talk will cover outdated medical terminology, diseases of various eras and Dentistry's role in the development of civilizations.

Heads up:
July's class (on the 8th) will be all about equipment and software. Do you have a scanner and have no idea how to use it? Do you have questions about Windows or other software. Do you want to discuss genealogy software? Hopefully we can help each other out!
August 5th: Research workshop. Bring your stuff, bring your laptop and use the library's resources to research your ancestory. Are you up against a brick wall? Perhaps we can help. It will be study/research time.

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