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  1. The society is open to anyone who wishes to research his/her family history. Monthly programs are offered to assist us in successfully identifying our ancestors of all backgrounds, cultures, ethnicity, religions, etc. Members are also encouraged to assist others by presenting a topic that will be of interest to the rest of the group and participating in the various projects the society hosts. http://coronagensoc.org/ View full record
  2. The society is open to anyone who wishes to research his/her family history. Monthly programs are offered to assist us in successfully identifying our ancestors of all backgrounds, cultures, ethnicity, religions, etc. Members are also encouraged to assist others by presenting a topic that will be of interest to the rest of the group and participating in the various projects the society hosts. http://coronagensoc.org/
  3. The Tuolumne County Genealogical Society was formed in Nov 1979 and in Jan 1980 a newsletter was started. In Feb 1980 the library was opened in a room in a realty office. By Jan 1981 there were 72 members and the first quarterly publication called Mother Lode-Ore was produced. In 1982 the name of the quarterly was changed to Golden Roots of the Mother Lode. An agreement with the Tuolumne County Historical Society allowed the Genealogical Society to move its library to their archive building and share their space. In Oct 1983 the library was moved into its present location in the museum building. The Genealogical Society operates the museum three days a week in return for library space. The society currently has 126 members. Library volunteers aid researchers and collect and index county records, including cemetery, courthouse, church and newspaper records. http://www.tcgsonline.org/ View full record
  4. The Tuolumne County Genealogical Society was formed in Nov 1979 and in Jan 1980 a newsletter was started. In Feb 1980 the library was opened in a room in a realty office. By Jan 1981 there were 72 members and the first quarterly publication called Mother Lode-Ore was produced. In 1982 the name of the quarterly was changed to Golden Roots of the Mother Lode. An agreement with the Tuolumne County Historical Society allowed the Genealogical Society to move its library to their archive building and share their space. In Oct 1983 the library was moved into its present location in the museum building. The Genealogical Society operates the museum three days a week in return for library space. The society currently has 126 members. Library volunteers aid researchers and collect and index county records, including cemetery, courthouse, church and newspaper records. http://www.tcgsonline.org/
  5. Antelope Valley Genealogical Society, Inc. (AVGS) was organized in 1976. Our purpose is to encourage an interest in genealogy, preserve genealogical materials, and assist researchers with their research techniques. AVGS is a non-profit organization. Donations are always welcome - cash, library materials, genealogy books and histories, or your time. http://www.avgenealogy.org/ View full record
  6. Antelope Valley Genealogical Society, Inc. (AVGS) was organized in 1976. Our purpose is to encourage an interest in genealogy, preserve genealogical materials, and assist researchers with their research techniques. AVGS is a non-profit organization. Donations are always welcome - cash, library materials, genealogy books and histories, or your time. http://www.avgenealogy.org/
  7. The North San Diego County Genealogical Society is an incorporated, non-profit organization founded in 1968. Its mission is to encourage study and research in genealogy and local history. To this end, the Society sponsors programs designed to provide information and continuing education on genealogy research topics. http://nsdcgs.org/ View full record
  8. The North San Diego County Genealogical Society is an incorporated, non-profit organization founded in 1968. Its mission is to encourage study and research in genealogy and local history. To this end, the Society sponsors programs designed to provide information and continuing education on genealogy research topics. http://nsdcgs.org/
  9. The San Mateo County Genealogical Society traces its roots to a 1982 Genealogy Class taught by Carol Harless through the San Mateo Department of Recreation. As members of the class acquired the skills to search for their ancestors, Ms. Harless encouraged them to form a genealogical society in San Mateo County. Eighteen people gathered for the first meeting where Janet Morrison, was elected President. In order to help people interested in tracing their roots, the Society decided to offer monthly meetings on various topics related to genealogy and family history. The newly formed Society identified establishment of a genealogical library in San Mateo County as their main goal. http://www.smcgs.org/ View full record
  10. The San Mateo County Genealogical Society traces its roots to a 1982 Genealogy Class taught by Carol Harless through the San Mateo Department of Recreation. As members of the class acquired the skills to search for their ancestors, Ms. Harless encouraged them to form a genealogical society in San Mateo County. Eighteen people gathered for the first meeting where Janet Morrison, was elected President. In order to help people interested in tracing their roots, the Society decided to offer monthly meetings on various topics related to genealogy and family history. The newly formed Society identified establishment of a genealogical library in San Mateo County as their main goal. http://www.smcgs.org/
  11. The organization serves to fill the need for local access to genealogical materials and instructions; to promote interest in genealogical and related historical and biographical research; to preserve manuscripts, documents, records, family histories, and other genealogical holdings; and to encourage compilation and publication of records and family histories. Additionally we strive to provide instruction in research techniques involving evidence, proof, and documentation, stressing accuracy and ethics and to serve as a medium for sharing knowledge, and educational and social activities. http://www.maringensoc.org/ View full record
  12. The organization serves to fill the need for local access to genealogical materials and instructions; to promote interest in genealogical and related historical and biographical research; to preserve manuscripts, documents, records, family histories, and other genealogical holdings; and to encourage compilation and publication of records and family histories. Additionally we strive to provide instruction in research techniques involving evidence, proof, and documentation, stressing accuracy and ethics and to serve as a medium for sharing knowledge, and educational and social activities. http://www.maringensoc.org/
  13. Founded in 1946, the San Diego Genealogical Society exists to promote interest in genealogy and family history. SDGS is a public benefit non-profit corporation. It has been recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501©(3) tax-exempt organization. http://www.casdgs.org/ View full record
  14. Founded in 1946, the San Diego Genealogical Society exists to promote interest in genealogy and family history. SDGS is a public benefit non-profit corporation. It has been recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501©(3) tax-exempt organization. http://www.casdgs.org/
  15. The dream of all "homeless" genealogy societies came true for the Santa Barbara County Genealogical Society (SBCGS) in June 1998, when the family of Dr. Melville Sahyun, a local medical pioneer, donated his historic laboratory property to the SBCGS to be used as a non-circulating library for family history research. In 1972, two women placed an ad in the Santa Barbara newspaper, looking for others searching for roots; the response was the origin of the SBCGS. Since then, the society had met in members' homes, a community center, a public library, and churches. The society's "library" began when members, willing to donate their books, kept the books in their homes and carried them to the meetings. By early 1998, the SBCGS library had grown to more than 4,500 books and was housed on jury-rigged shelving in two rented rooms of about 600 sq. ft., along with a computer, photocopier, desk, microfiche reader, six filing cabinets, and an 8' reading table! The library was bursting at the seams; and the society, at 475 members, continued to grow. http://sbgen.org/ View full record
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