The Library offers genealogy programs periodically. Programs include workshops, lectures, and multi-generational family history activities. Times and dates vary, so check the Oconee County Library's homepage or the monthly in-house calendar. Registration is required.
Genealogy 101: The Basics
Topics include vital records, family charts, research checklists, and standard formats for recording information.
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Genealogy 102: Census Records Online
Ancestry Library Edition and HeritageQuest Online, two reputable internet resources for family research, are covered. Both sites are accessible only through GALILEO.
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Searching After Sunset
A four-hour workshop for beginners. Genealogists-to-be can learn how to conduct family research, spend time researching their families, and meet others interested in genealogy. The program is held annually each Spring.
Resources for the Beginning Genealogist - A bibliography listing research basics, Georgia resources, online databases, area genealogical societies, and more.
Reproducible Forms - A notebook of family history charts, research checklists, and each U.S. census record, all available for photocopying.