RESEARCHING FEMALE ANCESTORS IN WESTERN CANADA
CLOVERDALE BRANCH, SURREY PUBLIC LIBRARY, B.C.
APRIL 23, 2005
SATURDAY, 10:30-12:00 NOON
"Researching female ancestors can seem frustrating.
See examples of strategies to use in searching for information about women in genealogical sources, and learn about women's history resources.
Illustrated with examples from Western Canada."
With Diane Rogers, of the Women’s History Network of British Columbia.
The Women’s History Network of British Columbia (WHN/BC), a broadly based not-for-profit society, exists to celebrate the contributions women have made to the history of the province. Composed of women who research, discuss, write about and care about women’s history, it provides an opportunity for networking and for sharing information.
$10---Please pre-register by calling 604-576-1384 (local 303 or 304).
Payment is required upon registration
Cloverdale Library, 5642 176A St., Surrey, B.C. 604 576 1384 locals 303 or 304