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Tracing Immigrant Origins

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For adults

 

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Midwest Genealogy Center Branch
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In order to find 19th and 20th-century genealogical records in a foreign county, you often need to know your ancestor’s hometown. Learn what records exist in the United States to help you find where your immigrant ancestor was born. This class will be held in person as well as virtually via Zoom simultaneously. Registration is required and closes 1 hour before the start of the program. Please indicate whether you will be attending in person or virtually when registering. An email address is required when registering to attend on Zoom. All start times are Central Time.

 

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