Genealogical Association of Sacramento
Sacramento, California
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Sunday, November 3
Jewish Genealogy: How is this Research Different from Other Research  (Genealogy Programs at Library)
10:00 am to 11:30 am
Sacramento Public Central Library, 828 "I" Street, Sacramento
This presentation by Janice Sellers focuses on the unique aspects of Jewish culture and history that affect family history research.  Topics include history, geography, naming patterns, languages, and alphabets, rabbinical genealogies, kehillah records, yizkor books, cemeteries, and other resources
 


Wednesday, November 20
GAS Regular Monthly Meeting  (G.A.S. Monthly Meetings)
11:00 am to 1:30 pm
Belle Cooledge LIbrary 5600 South Land Park Dr. Sacramento
 

The doors will open at 10:30 AM and the meeting will begin at 11 AM

The speaker for November is :  Jim Baker.  He will  share his knowledge about: 

“Finding Online Resources for Early 1800’s US Data”.

Free to the public                      Questions please call Melanie 916-383-1221

 




Sunday, December 1
Southern States Research  (Genealogy Programs at Library)
10:00 am to 11:30 am
Sacramento Public Central Library, 828 "I" Street, Sacramento
Speaker: Kathryn Marshall, PhD.
Unlike the New England colonies, each of the southern states developed under distinctly different models, with colonial transplants keeping their country of origin cultures, and many immigrants coming as indentured servants or slaves to the plantation class.  Learn about the records for southern states research.