Willard Library's annual Midnight Madness will be held in Special Collections Department (2nd floor of the Library), 21 First Avenue, Evansville, Indiana June 18-22, 2012. Special Collections will be open from 9 am to 12 midnight for 5 days and nights. Many classes are scheduled during the week or you may research on your own.
Thomas MacEntee, professional genealogist, will present two webinars:. They're Alive: Finding Living Persons and Facebook for Genealogists.
Among the classes offered are the following: Beginning Genealogy, He Had What? 19th Century Medical Terminology & Treatment, Source Materials to Kick-Start Your Research, Kentucky Research, Churches, Cemeteries and Their Records, Joining DAR, Things I Found in Search of Other Things, Entertaining Our Evansville Ancestors, Building Our Past: Local Historic Preservation Resources at Willard Library, Evansville State Hospital: Its History and Its Records, Becoming a Certified Genealogist, Tombstone Art, Language of Wills & Estates, German Research, Jewish Research and Printing Your Family History.
All classes are free and open to the public. Reservations are requested, but are not required.
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