Library presents German Genealogy
The Toledo-Lucas County Public Library presents German Genealogy, scheduled from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, October 1, 2011 in the Huntington Meeting Room at Main Library, 325 Michigan St. For anyone interested in researching your German ancestry, this is the program you’ve been waiting for!
This exciting FREE program features Leslie Albrecht Huber, a freelance writer and speaker focusing on genealogy and history topics. Huber’s articles have appeared in a variety of publications including The History Channel Magazine, Ancestry, Family Tree Magazine, Family Fun, Family Chronicle and more. She has been a guest on Good Morning America, Northeast Public Radio, and at genealogy and historical societies across the country. Huber’s first book, The Journey Takers, was published in the summer of 2010.
Sessions for German Genealogy on October 1 include: “Jumping Over Hurdles in German Research” and “Journey Takers: An Inside Look at the German Immigration Experience.”
This program is open to the public, and includes free parking in the underground parking garage at Main Library. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED; register at toledolibrary.org
For additional information visit toledolibrary.org, or call 419.259.5233.