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Past to Print: Writing Your Ancestor’s Story

Age Group
For adults


Story Center Event
The Story Center Branch
Registration Required


Have you ever found a fascinating person or story while researching your genealogy? This three-hour workshop will help you find those stories buried in the research, apply the key elements of story crafting to them, and explore how those elements apply to genealogical writing. Students are encouraged to bring projects they are currently working on to receive guided instruction. This workshop is a partnership of the Midwest Genealogy Center and the Story Center.


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