Now Available on Video:
"My Old Kentucky Home"
Researching the Movements of African Americans, 1875-1900s
Another KGS Member Benefit: Tim Pinnick, a specialist in African American history and genealogy, on how to use African-American and mainstream newspapers plus other familiar and lesser-known resources to identify and understand the similarities and differences between the movement of African Americans and other Americans. This KGS 2nd Saturday Genealogy Webinar was recorded Feb. 13, 2021.
To view, sign in and click on "Programs 2020-21" under "Members Only."
ALSO ON VIDEO: Brick Wall Brainstorm, January 2021. KGS President Chris Padgett leads experienced genealogists to crowdsource research challenges submitted by KGS members and friends.
Save The Dates!
See the complete schedule of KGS programs planned for each month through December. The list includes two virtual seminar series, a research road trip, three brick wall brainstorming sessions, and outstanding Second Saturday presenters.
Seminar 2020 Sessions Available Online
Available to all: Access to this set of eight popular KGS Seminar 2020 sessions full of info, assistance, and encouragement.
2. Researching at the County and Local Levels in Kentucky with Dave Schroeder
4. Kentucky Genealogy Brick Wall Brainstorm
5. Ten Things a Genealogist Should Do Before Leaving a Library or Archive in Kentucky with Melissa Barker
7. Discovering African Americans in Kentucky Records Prior to 1870 with Cynthia Maharrey
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KGS Mission Statement
To foster excellence in genealogy through educational programs and projects that preserve, produce, and disseminate knowledge of genealogical or historical value.
To bring together persons who are interested in genealogy or family history, and to promote fellowship and networking.
To encourage the preservation and availability of records essential to genealogical and historical research.
KGS Diversity Statement
KGS is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive learning environment for all Kentuckians and Kentucky genealogical researchers. We strive to offer a wide array of topics that support the varied Kentuckian experience and highlight the kaleidoscope of humans of every race, color, religion, national origin, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability, age, veteran status, or immigration path that have called Kentucky home since before its statehood in 1792. We welcome the incredible opportunity to learn and grow together in our pursuit of genealogical education and preservation.
Kentucky Genealogical Society
PO Box 153
Frankfort, Kentucky 40602
Last Updated 5 February 2021