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Hidden Treasures: Down Yonder: Resources for the South

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For adults

 

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Staff Midwest Genealogy Center
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Were your ancestor’s one of the first to immigrate through New Orleans? Perhaps your ancestor kept a journal or diary of their lived experiences in the South. Learn more about resources available for researching your Southern ancestors. This class is held in person.

 

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