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Monday, March 16
African American SIG
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Centreville Regional Library, 14200 St. Germain Dr., Centreville, VA
FxGS is pleased to welcome the African American Genealogy Special Interest Group (started by the Virginia Room of the City of Fairfax Regional Library) into the Society as the newest Special Interest Group. The SIG will explore areas of research unique to the African American community, including how using census records, Reconstruction and Freedman Bureau records, plantation records, slave schedules, and other record groups can reveal information about African American ancestors. This SIG meets on the 3rd Monday of every other month. Contact SIG Leader Laura Wickstead at Laura.Wickstead@fairfaxcounty.gov for more information.



Monday, May 18
African American SIG
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Centreville Regional Library, 14200 St. Germain Dr., Centreville, VA
FxGS is pleased to welcome the African American Genealogy Special Interest Group (started by the Virginia Room of the City of Fairfax Regional Library) into the Society as the newest Special Interest Group. The SIG will explore areas of research unique to the African American community, including how using census records, Reconstruction and Freedman Bureau records, plantation records, slave schedules, and other record groups can reveal information about African American ancestors. This SIG meets on the 3rd Monday of every other month. Contact SIG Leader Laura Wickstead at Laura.Wickstead@fairfaxcounty.gov for more information.



Monday, July 20
African American SIG
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Centreville Regional Library, 14200 St. Germain Dr., Centreville, VA
FxGS is pleased to welcome the African American Genealogy Special Interest Group (started by the Virginia Room of the City of Fairfax Regional Library) into the Society as the newest Special Interest Group. The SIG will explore areas of research unique to the African American community, including how using census records, Reconstruction and Freedman Bureau records, plantation records, slave schedules, and other record groups can reveal information about African American ancestors. This SIG meets on the 3rd Monday of every other month. Contact SIG Leader Laura Wickstead at Laura.Wickstead@fairfaxcounty.gov for more information.



Monday, September 21
African American SIG
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Centreville Regional Library, 14200 St. Germain Dr., Centreville, VA
FxGS is pleased to welcome the African American Genealogy Special Interest Group (started by the Virginia Room of the City of Fairfax Regional Library) into the Society as the newest Special Interest Group. The SIG will explore areas of research unique to the African American community, including how using census records, Reconstruction and Freedman Bureau records, plantation records, slave schedules, and other record groups can reveal information about African American ancestors. This SIG meets on the 3rd Monday of every other month. Contact SIG Leader Laura Wickstead at Laura.Wickstead@fairfaxcounty.gov for more information.



Monday, November 16
African American SIG
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Centreville Regional Library, 14200 St. Germain Dr., Centreville, VA
FxGS is pleased to welcome the African American Genealogy Special Interest Group (started by the Virginia Room of the City of Fairfax Regional Library) into the Society as the newest Special Interest Group. The SIG will explore areas of research unique to the African American community, including how using census records, Reconstruction and Freedman Bureau records, plantation records, slave schedules, and other record groups can reveal information about African American ancestors. This SIG meets on the 3rd Monday of every other month. Contact SIG Leader Laura Wickstead at Laura.Wickstead@fairfaxcounty.gov for more information.