Free Online U.S. National Archives Genealogy Lectures in May and June

National Archives Hosts Genealogy Series in May & June 

Participate in our genealogy series – free and online!

WHAT: The National Archives and Records Administration is pleased to present our annual Genealogy Series on YouTube. This educational series of lectures will teach you how to use federal resources at the National Archives for genealogical research. This year we focus on individuals who have served our nation in military or civilian service. You will also learn how to preserve your own family collections. Sessions are intended for beginners to experienced family historians—all are welcome! 

Lecture descriptions, videos, handouts, and participation instructions are available at the 2023 Genealogy Series web page.
WHEN: May & June 2023—all sessions take place on Wednesdays at 1 p.m. ET

May 3: Civilians at War: Records of Participation in U.S. Military Conflicts

May 10: Basic Military Records at the National Archives: Revolutionary War to 1917

May 17: National Archives at St. Louis: Understanding the 1973 Fire and Its Impact on 

Genealogical Research

May 31: Civilian Conservation Corps Indian Division on the Reservation

June 7: Accessing and Understanding Korean War Army Unit Records

June 14: Planning, Techniques, and Strategies for Preserving Family Collections and Stories

WHO: Staff experts in government records from National Archives facilities nationwide broadcasting from Washington, DC; College Park, MD; Denver, CO; and St. Louis, MO.

WHERE: The series will be broadcast on the U.S. National Archives YouTube channel

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