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 1st African American Research

Our Genealogy Group's February 1st meeting at 3pm

We are pleased to welcome Feechi Hall, Tamika Strong and James Hall  to discuss their research in their African American genealogy, their stories and family publications. Please join us in February!

Feechi Hall will show the research she and her family have done and the publication that resulted from that research. She will talk about some of the stumbling blocks and how they got past them.
Tamika Strong is a librarian and a member of other genealogy groups.  She will speak about her research and about general researching for African-American families and the challenges. 
James Hall came to be seeking advice on how to publish his research.  He has mounds of research and will be speaking about his research efforts and the challenges he is facing on publishing.
It is time to start registering for our Annual All Day Workshop on March 7th! It will take place from 8am until 4pm and it is FREE!!!!! We will have more information posted soon. Until then, if you would like to go ahead and register, please send us an email at ourgenealogygroup@gmail.com and let us know who you are and how many people will be coming with you. The workshop is geared for beginner and intermediate genealogists, but we welcome everyone and anyone who is interested. Please bring a friend. We only have space for about 100 people so make sure you register with us soon. 

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