Resources for Genealogists

Our Genealogy Workshops Nationwide

Please check back often for schedule updates!

The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) offers the public a comprehensive program of genealogical workshops and courses in its facilities nationwide. Topics include an introduction to genealogy and research into records such as census schedules, military service and pension records, and passenger lists.

2014

September

Researching NARA-NY Naturalizations and NYC Vital Records, New York City, September 9

Getting to Know Fold3, Washington, DC, September 16

Maps and Genealogy, Philadelphia, PA, September 17

Getting to Know Fold3, College Park, MD, September 18

"Help! I'm Stuck" Genealogy Consultation, Washington, DC, September 20

Using World War II Records to Conduct Naval History Research, Washington, DC, September 23

Using World War II Records to Conduct Naval History Research, College Park, MD, September 25

World War II Enemy Aliens Program, Washington, DC, September 30

October

World War II Enemy Aliens Program, College Park, MD, October 2

Public Land Records at NARA, Fort Worth, TX, October 3

Genealogy Roundtable, Philadelphia, PA, October 3

Counting Everyone: Using Federal Census Records, Online from Kansas City, MO, October 8

Introduction to Genealogy Resources at the National Archives, New York City, October 14

National Archives 2014 Virtual Genealogy Fair, Online event, October 28-30

Philadelphia Archdiocesan Historical Research Center (PAHRC), Philadelphia, PA, October 15

November

Becoming a U.S. Citizen: Naturalization Records, Online from Kansas City, MO, November 5

Finding Your World War I Relative, Fort Worth, TX, November 7

Genealogy Roundtable, Philadelphia, PA, November 7

What Court Records Reveal about your Ancestors, New York City, November 13

Our Best Records that Genealogists Aren't Using, Kansas City, MO, November 19

December

Basic Preservation Techniques, Kansas City, MO, December 3

Ancestry.com's Native American page, Fort Worth, TX, December 5

Genealogy Roundtable, Philadelphia, PA, December 5

Under-utilized Resources at the National Archives, New York City, December 9


Separate genealogy programs are held in Washington, DC, and in the regional facilities. For details on any given program, please contact that facility directly:

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