Wherever you are, you can attend our virtual Genealogy Fair!
Join us September 3 and 4 for expert speakers from the National Archives and a chance to ask your questions through a live chat box on our Ustream channel.
You can also tweet your questions to @usnatarchives #genfair2013.
We’ll be discussing Native American and African American history, immigration, Civil War pensions, U.S. Colored Troops, and Navy Deck logs.
Details here: http://go.usa.gov/j7hQ
Have you ever wanted professional guidance on how to care for your family archives? Here’s your chance! Join us for Preservation EXPOsed!, a free event on Thursday, March 14th from 11 am to 2 pm at the National Archives in Washington, DC. Browse display booths at the preservation fair and talk with our knowledgeable staff. Attend free lectures for a behind-the-scenes look at special preservation projects. If you make an appointment, you can even bring in your favorite family treasure for a consultation with a National Archives conservator. For more information, see http://www.archives.gov/preservation/exposed-2013.html.
Our 8th Annual Genealogy Fair takes place at the National Archives on April 18 and 19. We’ve got a great event planned this year! The women of FREED (above) return, there will a chance to consult with an archivist in the “Help, I’m Stuck” booth, and see many guest exhibitors. We’ll also host lectures on 1940 census, Titanic, Civil War records, Japanese internment, and preservation.