July 2018 D-OGS Meeting - Using UNC Wilson Library for Genealogical Research - Onsite Visit (Monthly Meetings)
Using UNC Wilson Library for Genealogical Research - Onsite Visit
||Sarah Carrier, North Carolina Subject Librarian
||28 July 2018 [Saturday]
||UNC Wilson Library
||200 South Road, Chapel Hill NC 27514
||Map to Wilson Library
||10:30am to 11:30am, library is open until 1pm if you wish to do individual research
Do you think everything you need for your genealogical research is available online? It's not even close, and one local place where you can find an extensive collection of North Carolina and regionally related original documents, newspapers, maps, books, and more is Wilson Library on the campus of UNC-Chapel Hill. Join us on Saturday July 28 at 10:30 AM at Wilson Library for an overview of how to use these public facilities, what's available, and examples to review, provided by Sarah Carrier, North Carolina Subject Librarian. The library and special collections are open until 1PM that day, so there will be time afterwards to do your own research or just explore. Even if you don't have anything specific to research right now you can still see how to register, find items, etc.
As always, our meetings are free and open to the public. Although an RSVP is not required, it would help with planning if you send an email to email@example.com you are going to attend, and any general topics or particular items of interest to you.
We will meet in the classroom to the right of the front lobby – just use the main entrance up those big steps!