THE NORTHERN ARIZONA GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY is a non-profit dedicated to all aspects of genealogy; providing access to local records and other genealogical information. The Society serves genealogists throughout Yavapai and Coconino counties. Explore our website and consider becoming a member.
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2016 Upcoming Events
Public meetings (unless otherwise noted) are held at the LDS Church, 1001 Ruth Street, Prescott.
Meetings start at 2 p.m. The doors open at 1:30 for social time.
Sat. Aug 27 @ 2:00
Civil War Photography Brandelyn Andres will discuss how the technological developments of the albumen print impacted battlefield photography and fundamentally affected cultural opinions and attitudes during the American Civil War. Because this war was one of the first to be fought in an industrialized age, the photograph played an especially important role in documenting the nuances of armed conflict, capturing types of images – and communicating certain messages – that had not previously been seen before in art.
Mon. Sept 19 @ 2:30 - 4:00
Wills and Probate Records
Northern Arizona Genealogical Society researcher Raylene Junkins shows where to find wills and probate information, what they contain and how to use that information in your family tree. Register online, at the Ask a Librarian desk or call 928.777.1526.
Sat. Sept 24 @ 2:00
New England Witchcraft, presented by Bonnie McCulley
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