Technology Study Group – What Genealogy Resources Does National Archives Possess?

Learn about our National Archives resources on June 14 at 7 pm on Zoom.

Program Description
In June, Technology Study Group host Bob Larson reviews the local National Archives Genealogy Room in Broomfield and specialized offices to seek which resources it holds besides their databases and annual classes. The microfilm readers have been replaced by a row of computers for visitors to research their ancestry. Bob will also review the resource contents that are available in their genealogy room and online including their annual classes. Bob will ask the audience their experiences at the National Archives followed by any technology topic.

Bob Larson

Group Leader Info
Bob was a former systems engineer and certified instructor for Motorola Inc. He is currently our society’s Education Chair and Video-Web Committee Chair. He has been researching his genealogy and family history for over 23 years and authored a 210 page family history book in 2007 with the help of 30 cousins.

If you want to know about how technology works with your genealogy research, join our monthly meetings! We are an interactive group as members tell about using their favorite technologies in their genealogy research.

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