Learn How to Research African-American Family History

AAHGS Nashville invites you to join us February 32018, from 1- 4 pm at the Nashville Public Library to learn strategies and tips for researching your family history. New to family history research? Come out and learn how to get jump-started! Well-seasoned in genealogy? Come and bring friends along who may not know the ins-and-outs!

After a 1-hour presentation, we will have one-on-one consultation sessions to provide individualized advice.

The afternoon is sponsored by Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage as part of their Black History Month outreach events.

The event is free and open to the public – tickets can be obtained by registering below.  We look forward to seeing you there!

Author: Taneya

Genealogy | Memory Keeping | Organization

2 thoughts on “Learn How to Research African-American Family History”

  1. Good morning, Is this the down town library? I thought we were changing locations? However, I did miss the Dec. meeting. Maybe something changed. Thanks Ann Buchanan 😃😃I love AAHG


    1. Hi Ann! Yes, this is the downtown library. This particular talk is hosted by The Hermitage, thus they set the location. Our society meetings, which start in March, will be at the Midtown Hills Police Precinct. Thanks!


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