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Family History and Genealogy Programs

Connect with your family tree at your pace. The Indiana Historical Society offers educational opportunities throughout the year, from basic genealogy workshops to lectures featuring regional and national family history experts. 

Upcoming events

 
 

Exhibit Research Meets Genealogy - Presented by Angela Giacomelli 

September 27, 2014

Learn how genealogical research is incorporated into research for the You Are There (YAT) exhibition series at the Indiana Historical Society.  Participants in this program will tour the YAT spaces with the presenter to experience the final product first-hand. This presentation is great for beginner genealogists who want learn about using of primary sources to their full potential to add context to genealogical research and for any genealogist interested in learning how research is used to create exhibits.

 

2014 Conference of the Genealogical Society of Marion County

October 11, 2014

Juliana Szucs Smith and Loretto Dennis Szucs (“Lou”) of Ancestry.com will present four sessions: 

Finding Naturalization Records and other Clues to Immigrant Origins 

Coming to America: Finding Your Ancestor’s Arrival Records on Ancestry.com 

Common Surnames: Finding Your Smiths 

Hidden Treasures at Ancestry.com

 

How Hoosier Got Hitched - Presented by Harold Henderson

November 22, 2014

Not all marriage records are created equal. This program shows how Indiana marriage records have changed over the years, and how between 1880 and 1930 in some counties more than one record was created for each marriage -- some with different information than the others. 

 

Growing Little Leaves: Teaching Children Genealogy Basics - Presented by Emily Kowalski Schroeder 

December 7, 2014

For Adults

Introducing children to genealogy is something many parents and grandparents desire to do but few know how to implement.  Growing Little Leaves is a new IHS series created to meet this need.  This program will educate adults on how to teach children about genealogy concepts.