“ACGSI: What We’re Up To on the Web” November 8, 2017 presented by Adam J. Barrone – Free Educational Genealogy Program

Our website has been twelve years in the making and aims to promote the work of our Society and to bring a variety of useful Allen County research sources to your fingertips. Learn about our goals, needs, collections, and strategies for searching.

Adam J. Barrone, in addition to being the webmaster for our ACGSI website, is supervisor of the ACPL Historical Genealogy Research Center which produces the PERSI index and fulfills research and copy requests received by the Genealogy Center. He has been into genealogy since the age of ten and has written several books.

Guests are Always Welcome!

6:30 p.m. refreshments and social time the second Wednesday evening, September to May, at 7:00 p.m. is our free Genealogy Education Program in Meeting Room A at the Allen County Public Library (ACPL), 900 Library Plaza, Fort Wayne, Indiana.

Day With James Beidler information

Day With James Beidler

Genealogy Technology Group

Third Wednesday evening September to May at 7:00 p.m in ACPL Meeting Room B. Round table discussion of anything related to genealogy research using the internet, computers, mobile devices, social media, software and much much more.

Web and Social Media Sites

ACGSI web site: www.acgsi.org

ACGSI events: www.acgsi.org/event.php

Allen INGenWeb: www.acgsi.org/genweb/

Facebook: facebook.com/ACGSI/

Google+: plus.google.com

Pinterest: pinterest.com/acgsi/

Twitter: twitter.com/ACGSI

WordPress blog: acgsi.wordpress.com/

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