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Genealogy Workshops

Currently the Maryland State Archives has no plans to conduct Genealogy Workshops.

Experience the beginning Genealogy Workshop On-Line!

Beginning Genealogy:

  1. Research at home gathering and recording evidence.
  2. Research facilities in the Annapolis/Baltimore/Washington area.
  3. African American genealogical sources.
  4. Making sense of census records.
  5. Using computers to find on-line sources.

Experience the Researching African American Families Workshop On-Line!

Researching African American Families at the Maryland State Archives:

  1. Free black and mulatto families in the colonial period.
  2. 19th century freedom papers.
  3. The United States Colored Troops (U.S.C.T.).
  4. 4. Using Census and Vital Records.
  5. 5. A review of African-American on-line sources.

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