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New York Public Library offers virtual June programs

New York Public Library will offer several virtual genealogy programs in June.

“Getting Organized With Your Genealogy Research” on Tuesday, June 8 at 1 p.m.

This class will show you how to: fill out pedigree charts, family group charts, and other organizational tools used by genealogists; how to create timelines to help you with your research, and to construct family history narratives; make useful citations and organize your approach to research. The class will also look at some of the online tools currently available  to genealogists.

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“Researching Census Records” on Wednesday, June 16 at noon

Census records are the cornerstones of genealogical research. Learn how to search for and find these key documents through resources at NYPL and elsewhere. This class will also explore the history of the U.S. federal census, and offer a variety of search strategies to use in your genealogy research.

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“Finding Your Family: Genealogy Research for Beginners” on Monday, June 21 at 10 a.m.

Join us to learn about library resources such as newspapers, municipal databases,, and related tools to begin researching your family history or start a family tree. The program will take place on google meet.

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