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Get ready for the Genealogy Fair!

Why is this dog wearing a blue coat? It's the Geneaalogy Hound, and he's wearing a stack coat just an archivist! You can get your picture taken with him--he's over five feet tall--to show you are just as dogged when it comes to following your ancestors' trail through the records!

Why is this dog wearing a blue coat? He's the Genealogy Hound, and he's wearing a stack coat just like an archivist! You can get your picture taken with him--he's over five feet tall--to show you are just as dogged when it comes to following your ancestors' trail through the records!

Only 9 days left until the seventh annual Genealogy Fair! The fair is free and open to the public, and will take place at the National Archives building in Washington, DC. The Archivist will cut the ribbon at 9 a.m. on April 20 to open the fair.

Need an introduction to genealogy? There’s a session April 20 at 9.30 a.m.

Interested in researching headstone records for military veterans? That’s April 20 at 3 pm.

Looking for African American ancestors who fought in the Revolutionary War? Come to the lecture on Thursday April 21 at 2 p.m.

What about the 1940 census? We’ll see you on Thursday April 21 at 2 p.m.

And this is just a small sample of the many lectures–by National Archives staff and expert speakers–going on over the two days of the Fair. You can check out the complete schedule on the Genealogy Fair website.

There will also be guest exhibitors to help you extend your genealogical research out of Federal records, so make sure you visit their … [ Read all ]