Barbara J. Brown Family History Seminar Focus on Library of Congress Digital Collections

Library of Congress Digital Collections for Michigan Researchers with Matt Pacer, Library of Michigan

The Library of Congress contains a treasure trove of family history information for Michigan researchers, including a vast array of online resources. Learn how to navigate these digital collections as well as other key research strategies to effectively use our nation’s library while uncovering your family’s story.

Library of Congress Digital Collections for Michigan Researchers with Matt Pacer, will be held on Saturday, July 9 from 4 to 5 p.m.

Each summer, the Archives of Michigan and the Michigan Genealogical Council host a seminar to promote family history awareness and teach genealogy research skills. The event is generously supported by the Abrams Foundation in loving memory of Barbara J. Brown.
For this year’s event, we are pleased to offer this flagship annual gathering as a hybrid event. Participants can attend sessions either online or onsite. We are delighted to be hosting Dr. David McDonald, CG, for this year’s event, whose sessions will all be via Zoom.

Register Now for the 2022 Barbara J. Brown Family History Seminar! Friday, July 8 – Saturday, July 9, 2022.

For the complete schedule and speaker bios.

The registration deadline July 6.

2 thoughts on “Barbara J. Brown Family History Seminar Focus on Library of Congress Digital Collections

    • The Barbara J. Brown Family History Seminar’s on-site home is at the Archives of Michigan, located in the Michigan Library and Historical Center building. Attendees have a choice of attending virtually or onsite.

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