The DAR Library offers two different types of programming at DAR Headquarters. The Library Lecture Series features eminent authors discussing their historical work and the Genealogy 101 series features presentations on a variety of genealogical topics led by the professional genealogists on staff at the DAR or by other experienced genealogists. Both series are held throughout the month on Saturdays and are free to the public. See the upcoming schedule here: www.dar.org/libraryevents.
For those who are unable to travel to Washington, D.C., most lectures are available online soon after the date of the event. Below you will find videos of the presentations.
Genealogy 101 - An Ocean Away: Immigration Records
Stacie Newton, December 17, 2016
Genealogy 101 - An Introduction to Quakers for Genealogists
Elizabeth Ernst, November 19, 2016
Genealogy 101 - Land and Property Records
Forrest Crosley, October 29, 2016
Genealogy 101 - New York Military Records
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Tom Ragusin, September 24, 2016
Genealogy 101 - African American Research
Yvonne Liser, May 21, 2016
Genealogy 101 - That's Revolutionary (War)!
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Bevin Creel, April 2, 2016
Genealogy 101 - DNA Research
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Tom Ragusin February 27, 2016
DAR Library Lecture Series
DAR Library Lecture - Abductions in the American Revolution
Christian M. McBurney, December 10, 2016
DAR Library Lecture - American Icarus: A Memoir of Father and County
Pythia Peay, November 5, 2016
DAR Library Lecture - "Federal Style in the Federal City"
Ann Wass, October 15, 2016
DAR Library Lecture - Washington's Circle
David and Jeanne Heidler, September 10, 2016
DAR Library Lecture - The Grand Forage 1778
Todd W Braisted, May 14, 2016
DAR Library Lecture - Using Maps in Historical Research
Charlie Grymes, April 16, 2016