Learn to explore your family tree at the library

Posted on January 21, 2020 at 6:00 am

Genealogy: Researching Your Family History

Donna Potter Phillips of Eastern Washington Genealogical Society introduces the hobby of genealogy and shows you how to find information about your family’s history from online resources. Learn how to find names, dates, and places and even the geographical and social history of your ancestors.

For adults

ARGONNE
Thursday, Feb 6, 10:30–11:30am

MORAN PRAIRIE
Wednesday, Feb 12, 2–3pm

SPOKANE VALLEY
Thursday, Feb 13, 5–6pm

MEDICAL LAKE
Wednesday, Feb 19, 2–3pm

CHENEY
Thursday, Feb 20, 1–2pm

DEER PARK
Thursday, Mar 5, 1–2pm

AIRWAY HEIGHTS
Saturday Mar 14, 1–2pm

NORTH SPOKANE
Saturday, Mar 21, 2–3pm

FAIRFIELD
Saturday, Mar 28, 1–2pm

OTIS ORCHARDS
Saturday, Mar 28, 4–5pm

Digital resources: Discover the stories of your ancestors

Ancestry Library Edition

Explore your family tree using historical census, immigration, and vital records, available for in-library use only. To start exploring your family tree, visit one of our libraries and go to www.scld.org/ancestry-library (available on library computers and via library Wi-Fi).

Heritage Quest Online

Access over 25,000 family and local history books, census records, and federal records to discover your family heritage. You can access Heritage Quest Online at home, at our libraries, or wherever you are with an internet connection by going to www.scld.org/heritage-quest.

Staff Pick Book List

Librarian Picks: Genealogy Booklist

Discover the wealth of books and resources in our library catalog that can help you learn more about your family tree at www.scld.org/genealogy-books.

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