[APG Public List] What's New in RELIC (February 2011)
Wilson, Donald L
dlwilson at pwcgov.org
Fri Feb 4 10:20:57 MST 2011
WHAT'S NEW IN RELIC
The Ruth E. Lloyd Information Center for Genealogy and Local History
(RELIC), Prince William Public Library System, Bull Run Regional
Library, 8051 Ashton Avenue, Manassas, VA 20109. 703-792-4540 Email:
relic2 at pwcgov.org <mailto:relic2 at pwcgov.org> .
To read the latest lists of new materials available in RELIC click on
New at our Digital Library: "Manassas Journal Reports of Deaths,
1911-1915," by Morgan Breeden. A transcript of over 400 pages of death
notices from a Manassas newspaper.
Here are our latest offerings. Funding for RELIC programs is provided
by the Friends of Central and Bull Run Libraries. Sign language
interpretation is available for Prince William Public Library programs
if requested at least three weeks in advance. To be notified of
upcoming programs and new resources in RELIC, visit
<http://www.pwcgov.org/library/relic/whats_new_in_relic.htm> and click
on Subscribe. All these programs will take place at the community room
at Bull Run Regional Library, 8051 Ashton Avenue, Manassas, VA. You may
register for any of these programs at 703-792-4540 or relic2 at pwcgov.org
<mailto:relic2 at pwcgov.org> . For details see
February 22, 7 pm - Census Research: Maximizing Your Results, with Tish
Como, repeated February 24, 11 am.
March 20, 2 pm - Writing Family Stories, with Phyllis Legare.
April 7, 11 am - Who's Your Civil War Ancestor? with Don Wilson.
April 26, 7 pm - Research at the Library of Congress in Your Jammies:
Utilizing the Online Resources, with Diane Giannini.
The Genealogy Doctor Is In
Schedule a private, 30-minute visit with RELIC's Don Wilson to discuss
an historical or genealogical problem that has stumped you. Please call
703-792-4540 for a free appointment. Here are upcoming available
Thursdays, February 17, March 10 and 17 - 10 am-noon.
CENSUS RESEARCH: MAXIMIZING YOUR RESULTS
Presented by Tish Como
Most genealogists routinely trace their ancestors back
through the federal census records, but few take the time to thoroughly
study and evaluate what they find - or what they don't find! RELIC's
Tish Como will provide examples and offer suggestions about how to glean
all of the information this essential genealogical resource has to
The program will be presented twice at Bull Run Regional Library: on
Tuesday, February 22, at 7 p.m. and on Thursday, February 24, at 11 a.m.
Please call (703) 792-4540 or send a message to relic2 at pwcgov.org
to register for this free event.
WRITING FAMILY STORIES
Presented by Phyllis Legare
Family stories are wonderful: they enthrall and engage
family members of all ages. Stories give substance to family traits and
bring generations together. Find out about tools and techniques for
capturing and documenting your family's stories. You can start out
small to get comfortable writing and then branch out. Don't wait - get
started right away. This program, by veteran teacher and certified
genealogist Phyllis Legare will be presented at Bull Run Regional
Library on Sunday, March 20, at 2 p.m.
To reserve a seat for this free program, contact RELIC at (703) 792-4540
or at relic2 at pwcgov.org.
Have a question about Prince William County history, places or
families? Need guidance with your genealogical research? You may
contact RELIC staff for help and advice at Ask RELIC
<http://www.pwcgov.org/default.aspx?topic=040034001840001757> or by
calling us at 703-792-4540. Hours, September-June (ET):
Monday-Thursday 10am-9pm, Friday-Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday noon-5pm.
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