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The History of the United States Decennial Census
by Tim Sarko of the U.S. Census Bureau
by Heidi Cahoon
Wright Library's Genealogy Interest Group meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. We have moved to a hybrid meeting, which allows for both in person (we'll be in the Shank Conference Room) and virtual attendance. To join the meeting virtually, please register to be emailed an access link.
Can't make the meeting? You can still take advantage of Wright Library's genealogy and history resources online. African American Heritage, Fold3, and HeritageQuest Online are available to access anywhere you are online. Ancestry Library Edition is only available in the library. Come see us and we'll help you get started.
Wright Library's Genealogy Interest Group is an informal meet up for anyone who wants to discuss and engage in genealogy research. The library’s genealogy resources will be featured, with a librarian available to answer questions and teach search tips and techniques. Future meetings may feature presenters from local genealogy resources and organizations or members of the group.