What’s Where? How to Research the Past

Want to know more about a 100-year old incident in your town? Have an elusive ancestor? Bought a house and would like to write up its history for your family?

 Explore the basics of doing traditional and  online research in a four-session course:

March 20 and 27, April 3 and 10 (Wednesdays)  10 a.m. -12 noon

with Pat Schaefer, author of A Useful Friend, and Regan Miner, Associate Director of the New London County Historical Society.

Sessions are held at the Shaw Mansion located at 11 Blinman Street in New London. One session includes a field trip to City Hall and the Public Library. Classes will be held on the first floor, but the research library at the Shaw Mansion is on the second floor.

Registration:

$40 for members of the New London County Historical Society

$60 for non-members.

Please pay here

For more information or to preregister please contact:  info@nlchs.org or call 860-443-1209

Space very limited; pre-registration required by March 8th.