The U.S. National Archives is called the nation's filing cabinet. It is home to billions of records that if laid side to side would circle the earth more than 57 times. Imagine what information they may hold about your ancestors! Join us to learn about some lesser-known genealogically rich federal resources, where to look for clues that your ancestor interacted with the U.S. government, and how to learn about what records are available for research.
Instructor: Rhonda Hoffman, Genealogy Specialist, Buffalo & Erie County Public Library
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