Monthly Archives: April 2012

The Original Medical College of Georgia

Yesterday a patron gave the Georgia Room a 1983 Raymond P. Baird color pint that the author signed and wrote “The Original Medical College of Georgia.” Raymond P. Baird is a local architect. Please stop by for a look! It … Continue reading

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Washington, DC, and the 1940 Census

Washington, DC, has been indexed in the 1940 Federal Census in Ancestry! It joins Delaware and Nevada. Whoo hoo!

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1940 Census Workshop

The Gregg Graniteville Library on the University of South Carolina-Aiken campus will be hosting a 1940 census workshop titled, “The Greatest Generation Counted- Finding 1940 Census Information Online.” The workshop will be held this coming Sunday, April 29th at 3pm. … Continue reading

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New Books!

We have some new books in the Georgia Room this week. Columbus, Georgia, Newspaper Clippings (Weekly Sun) Volume 1, 1859-1860 by Elizabeth Evans Kilbourne Confederate Women by Bell Irvin Wiley Annals of Newberry in Two Parts by John Belton O’Neall … Continue reading

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New Donations to the Georgia Room

A patron has graciously donated copies of the Connecticut Nutmegger (June 1992-June 2001) and the New England Historical and Genealogical Register (January 1993-October 2000) to the Georgia Room. Please come by and take a peek at these new additions to … Continue reading

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World War II Collection

Fold3 has put their World War II Collection online for free until April 30th. Here’s a link: http://go.fold3.com/wwii/?xid=1398

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1940 Census Update

Delaware and Nevada are the two states that have been indexed so far on Ancestry. More to come! Come in for help with finding your relatives in the 1940 Census. If you have a good idea of where they lived … Continue reading

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War of 1812 Records Webinar

The Friends of the National Archives-Southeast Region will be hosting a monthly webinar this Monday, April 9th at 7pm. The topic will be “Records of the War of 1812.” The webinar is free and easy to use and you can … Continue reading

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