This fair will include workshops focusing on family research methodologies and cultural histories, including Black Loyalists, British Home Children, Mi'kmaq and Scottish ancestry. There will be Roots Tech video presentations and family history exhibits. Also included are hands-on indexing workshops for the Billion Graves Project and the Freedmen Bureau Project.
If you are not familiar with genealogy, there's a beginner's workshop with an introduction to the free online Family Search program.
You can go to http://nsgna.ednet.ns.ca/fhc/RegistrationInformation.pdf to read the programe, and then to https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1roJGBGCTXJoi2EKWTSlY7gXBqrtOnPY8lC9-_DD692A/viewform to register, or phone (902) 462-0628.
For more information please visit http://nsgna.ednet.ns.ca/fhc
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