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Catalog > Community Ed - Prescott > Fall 2022 > Genealogy

Genealogical Resources and Records for Colonial Americans 1750-1850   

Some of most challenging evidence/records to find for American Ancestors include records dated between 1750-1850. This class will share tools to trace your family history to discover and/or trace your “gateway” ancestor and/or resources to complete applications for popular lineage societies, such as DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution), SAR (Sons of the American Revolution), the Mayflower Society or Daughters/Sons of the American Colonists. 
Join us as we explore how to become more successful in connecting the generations from the establishment of the United States of America up until 1850, when US Census records begin to list specific members of each household and the creation of Governmental Vital Records becomes more prevalent. The class will review available resources and records from this period of American History.

  • Genealogical Resources and Records for Colonial Americans 1750-1850
  • Item: FA22-141
    Fee: $65.00
    Days: W     Dates: 10/26/2022 - 11/2/2022
    Sessions: 2     Times: 11:45 AM - 1:45 PM     
    Room: 206     Building: Building 19       
    Instructor: Sharon Atkins
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