African American Genealogy for Beginners
Feb
22
6:30 PM18:30

African American Genealogy for Beginners

This mini-workshop will provide some insights on how family historians may get a good start with their genealogy, especially if they are or have African American heritage. David W. Jackson's program is based on 30-years of research as he discovered and proved that his great great grandfather was born a slave. Based on Jackson's book, "Born a Slave: Rediscovering Arthur Jackson's African-American Heritage."

Genealogy Information Packets provided! Let's get STARTED!

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Kansas City Chronicles: An Up-to-Date History
Jan
27
11:30 AM11:30

Kansas City Chronicles: An Up-to-Date History

What makes the Kansas City area unique in local and American history? David W. Jackson’s book by the same title provides insights with short vignettes dating to the early 1800s that highlight the area’s unique past. Hosted by the local Lewis and Clark chapter at Cascone's Restaurant, 2733 N Oak Trafficway, Kansas City, Mo. Open to the public. RSVP required. Luncheon fee received BY January 24 is your reservation.  Check http://www.lewisandclarkkc.org/ for more details.

11:30 Social

Noon Lunch

1:15 Program

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