On Saturday, November 4, 2017, at the Library of Virginia in Richmond, the Fry-Jefferson Map Society is presenting an “Intermediate Geography Genealogy Map Workshop” using historical maps to further your genealogy research.
Aimed at genealogists and those researching family history, this workshop will explore the symbols and mapping conventions used on maps from the 17th through the 20th centuries, focusing on how to read maps, identifying the different types of maps that can be used in genealogical research, and why maps are critical to family research. Cassandra Farrell (the Library’s senior map archivist) will team up with Eliane Dotson (vice president of the Washington Map Society, Fry-Jefferson Map Society Steering Committee member, and owner of Old World Auctions) to present this workshop.
The workshop will take place from 10:00 am-11:30 am.
Location: Conference Rooms
Cost: $20 (Free for Fry-Jefferson Map-Society Members, $15 for Semper Virginia Society Members)
Preregistration required. To register: http://bit.ly/2tRucnk
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 804.692.3813 for more information on this event and/or the Fry-Jefferson Map Society.