“Colonial Era Research” presented by Curt Sylvester on May 08, 2019 – Free Education Program

This presentation reviews research in the “Colonial Era” (1607 through July 4, 1776 with the Declaration of Independence). A review of the thirteen colonies provides information on people of various nationalities, languages, religions, and political beliefs struggling to create a unique life experience while living under English Law.

Curt Sylvester, an ACGSI member, has many ancestors who were residents of the colonies in the early 1600’s and residents of Indiana before it was a state. He has researched and written several books. He is secretary of the Indiana Genealogical Society.

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 normally in Meeting Room A at the Allen County Public Library (ACPL), 900 Library Plaza, Fort Wayne, Indiana.

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Genealogy Technology Group

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

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