The National Archives at Fort Worth

Genealogy Workshops

See also NARA's workshops nationwide

Friday Freebies in 2014:

The National Archives at Fort Worth hosts free genealogical workshops the first Friday of the month from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m. at our Montgomery Plaza location: 2600 West 7th Street, Suite 162, Fort Worth, Texas 76107.

Space is limited, so please r.s.v.p. to ftworth.education@nara.gov to attend.

You are welcome to bring a sack lunch to enjoy while attending the workshop.

If you have any questions please call (817) 831-5620.

All workshops are free of charge.

January 10th  Highlights of the National Archives at Fort Worth
by Jenny Sweeney, Education Specialist 
  
February 7th  Fort Smith Criminal Court Records
by Meg Hacker, Archives Director
  
March 7th  Introduction to Genealogy from a Volunteer’s Perspective      
by David McClellan, NARA Volunteer                
  
April 4th Texas in the Records at the National Archives
by Barbara Rust, Senior Archivist
  
May 2nd  Deciphering Dawes Cards      
by Meg Hacker, Archives Director
  
June 6th  Remembering D-Day Through the Records of the National Archives
by Michael Wright, Archivist 
  
August 1st  Preserving Your Family Papers
by Ketina Taylor, Archivist 
  
September 5th  What Can I Find in Federal Court Records?
by Barbara Rust, Senior Archivist
  
October 3rd Public Land Records at the National Archives
by Jennifer Audsley-Moore, Archives Technician
  
November 7th  Finding Your World War I Relative
by Theresa Fitzgerald and Daria Labinsky, Archivists
  
December 5th  Ancestry’s Native American Page
by Meg Hacker, Archives Director
  
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