Date(s) - 27 Jul 2013
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Stephen F. Austin Building, Austin
The General Land Office Genealogy Workshop to be held on Saturday, July 27. This event will focus specifically on the resources available at the Texas General Land Office for genealogical research, and is recommended for genealogists with all levels of experience.
If you would like to attend, please call 512-463-5277 (or 800.998.4GLO for toll free), and talk to Kevin Klaus or Laurel Neuman. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Or, you can download the genealogy workshop flier and mail to:
GLO Archives and Records
1700 N. Congress Ave., Room 131
Austin, TX 78701
Learn more by going to the GLO Archives and Records Genealogy page (click here).
Included with $50 registration:
- Lectures about the importance of using early land records in genealogy,
- Lectures about researching ancestors that came during the Spanish & Mexican time period, prior to 1836
- Lectures about researching ancestors that arrived during the Republic of Texas and early statehood era
- Lectures about researching ancestors involved in the German immigration movement in the 1840’s
- Lectures about applying GLO resources
- Tours of the archival vault and scan lab
- GLO staff will conduct research for you in advance to save time during your visit
- Up to four hours of staff-assisted research to answer all your questions on what can be found about your ancestor at the GLO
- A box lunch, and
- Up to 10 free color copies of GLO documents; a $20 value!
Please do not miss this rare opportunity to take part in this special event. There are only 20 spots available, so sign up early
Sign up before Monday, July 22 to avoid late registration fees.
THERE ARE ONLY 20 SPOTS AVAILABLE AND THEY ARE GUARANTEED TO FILL UP FAST. IF YOU WANT TO ATTEND YOU NEED TO REGISTER ASAP!