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Dearborn Museum Guild Yard Sale
Friday, August 21
Dearborn Museum Guild Yard Sale  (Dearborn Historical Museum)
9:00 am to 3:00 pm
McFadden Ross House, 915 S Brady, Dearborn, Michigan
Please note: This event was previously listed for August 22.
The Dearborn Genealogical Society is participating in the Dearborn Museum Guild Sale Saturday, August 22, 2020, 9a - 6p.
 
DGS Sale will have a tent/tables on the lawn.
 
Please Donate Your “Trash & Treasures”
Collecting Now—Useful or Unique Items.  
* Tools, * Sporting Goods, * Household Items, * Hardware, * Toys, * Kitchenware, * Jewelry, *Fashion accessories, * Craft Supplies, and * More.
 
For Information or to donate, contact” DGS President, Pat Gee at the society e-mail address info@dgsmi.org
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Thursday, September 24
Introduction to Heraldry - Derek J. Blount  (Dearborn Genealogical Society)
7:00 pm
Webinar or Caroline Kennedy Library, 24590 George Street, Dearborn Heights, Michigan 48127
This program discusses the basics of British heraldry and how to “read” a cost of arms. An explanation of the rights of arms and how they can be displayed will be covered.
 
COVID-19 restrictions and Dearborn Heights Library Policies will determine if this program is held virtually or on-site.



Thursday, October 22
Researching in German Civil and Parish Records - Alexander Tolksdorf  (Dearborn Genealogical Society)
7:00 pm
Webinar or Caroline Kennedy Library, 24590 George Street, Dearborn Heights, Michigan 48127
This presentation is designed to help those new to researching German record sets. The complexity of Germany's history and its effect on genealogical sources can be difficult obstacles for a family historian to overcome. The class will focus specifically on German civil records and parish records, with emphasis on how/where to locate the records and how to interpret the records. This ranges from using FamilySearch's catalog to using German repositories like Archion.de to contacting local archives. Additional attention will be provided to historical geopolitics of what is today Germany, handwriting styles, as well as useful German reference materials. Lastly, the class also covers territorial regions formerly included in the German Empire (i.e., Alsace-Lorraine and eastern Prussian provinces).
 
COVID-19 restrictions and Dearborn Heights Library Policies will determine if this program is held virtually or on-site.