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Class – Colorado State Archives with Dina Carson

Members & Visitors need to register below for this class below to receive the Zoom instructions and handout after 6 pm on Friday, May 14th.

Did you know there are many genealogy record collections at the Colorado State Archives? You should attend this three hour class to learn about the interesting secrets of this popular research facility!

Class Description

Like many state archives, the Colorado State Archives holds an enormous amount of material of historic interest that is useful to genealogists. It has over 1 million boxes and volumes. It has photographs, film, microfilm and slides. Its primary responsibility is to determine what records must be kept by governmental agencies, and then housing “historic” documents once they are not needed for everyday use by local or state officials. The Colorado State Archives holds the records of 240 state agencies, 64 counties, 280 municipalities, 176 school districts and 1400 special districts throughout the state. The Colorado State Archives is working to expand the number of digitized items and its Historical Records Database where indexed items can be found. If you have ever wondered whether or not your ancestors can be found in a state archive, come to this workshop and find out.

Speaker Profile

Dina Carson

Dina Carson is a speaker, genealogist, and the owner of Irongate Publishing in Niwot, CO. She has been involved in genealogy for more than two decades, and is currently the coordinator of the Boulder Pioneers Project, a comprehensive look at the original source documents for Boulder County during the Territorial period (1859-1876). She is the author of more than thirty annotated indexes of Boulder County source materials. She has been the editor of the Boulder Genealogical Society Quarterly (BGSQ) for the past 10 years. She lectures frequently to genealogical societies throughout the state and is working with the Colorado State Archives on state-wide indexing projects.

Everyone interested in genealogy or family history is welcome to attend our free classes!

Class Questions? Contact: Bob Larson at education@lcgsco.org.

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Registration closes at 6 pm on Friday, May 14th!

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