November 8 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree
Susan Kaufman, Senior Manager
Clayton Library Center for Genealogical Research
Houston Texas Public Library
will present a live online zoom seminar:
Unusual Source Records for Genealogical Research
– or, this is Some Cool Stuff!
Most of us use the common sources like census, land records, wills, probate, ship passengers lists and vital records when working on our genealogy. However, there are many other source materials for family history research often not thought of, or out of the mainstream of research. An overview of some of these really cool and unusual sources will be discussed. At the very least, you will walk out saying…wow, that WAS some cool stuff.
Register to remotely attend using your own PC or other internet connected device
or, attend the meeting at our library (no registration required)
After registering, you will receive an email from TCGHS with a “Join the Meeting” link required to enter the meeting.
Tip: Remember where your link email is – possibly adding to your calendar if you use one.
Note: Registration limited to first 100 attendees.
Can’t make the meeting?
Susan has generously allowed this meeting to be recorded
and made available in our Members Only Area
Bio: Susan Kaufman is the Senior Manager of the Houston (TX) Public Library’s Clayton Library Center for Genealogical Research in Houston. An Illinois native, Susan has more than 30 years of experience as a genealogy librarian and in Special Collections, having started her career in Peoria, Illinois (1987), then moving to the Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana (1999), then moving to Texas in 2004.
A presenter at local, state and national genealogy conferences and meetings, she also has held numerous genealogical society board positions in Illinois, Indiana, and Texas and at the national level.
In 2019, Susan was awarded the National Genealogical Society / ProQuest P. William Filby Award for Genealogical Librarianship and became a Fellow of the Texas State Genealogical Society for outstanding service to family history researchers. She is past President of the Texas State Genealogical Society, and currently serves as its Director of Education. She is a member of the Texas Library Association and the American Library Association.
Business meeting & 2023 officer election will be held after the presentation.