Two local museums have special exhibits which may interest Raleigh Conference attendees. These exhibits are free and open to the public, and the two museums are located next to each other. “RACE: Are We So Different” at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences The North Carolina Mus...

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Most seasoned genealogists know of Helen F. M. Leary, CG Emeritus, FASG, FNGS and editor of one of the most valuable southern research books ever published, “North Carolina Research: Genealogy and Local History.” Now retired, Helen only occasionally lectures, usually on the North Carolina Genea...

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Experience the old South visiting historic Stagville Plantation, the Duke Homestead, and Bennett Place during the Durham Day Tour on Tuesday, 9 May 2017. Durham is home to Stagville, one of the largest pre-Civil War plantations – nearly 30,000 acres and 900 slaves were held by the Bennehan–C...

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Take a ride through downtown Raleigh on the historic trolley! A knowledgeable docent will narrate the history of the capital city as you pass Mordecai Historic Park, Bicentennial Plaza, the Joel Lane Museum House, Fayetteville Street, City Market, the Governor’s Mansion, the Capitol building, and ...

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Learn about the history of Raleigh and enjoy a Southern-style meal when you sign up for the historic Raleigh Day Tour, which will be offered as a pre-conference event on Tuesday, 9 May 2017. Joel Lane House. Did you know that the city of Raleigh is one of the few purpose-built capital cities in th...

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The BCG Education Fund 2017 Putting Skills to Work workshop will be held Tuesday, 9 May 2017, prior to the NGS 2017 Family History Conference in Raleigh, North Carolina. The registration fee of $110 includes lunch, hands‐on exercises, syllabus, handouts, and active class participation. Workshop re...

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“How a Genealogist Uses the State Archives of NC and the State Library of NC” presented by Diane Richard, ME, MBA. The North Carolina Genealogical Society (Host Society for the 2017 NGS Conference) is presenting a free webinar on 20 January 2017 from 3:00–4:00 p.m. EST on visiting the NC Archi...

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WHEN: Thursday, 11 May 2017, 6:00-9:00 p.m. WHERE: North Carolina Museum of History,  http://ncmuseumofhistory.org/ Society Night at the Museum – Admission is free Do you have ancestors from several different parts of North Carolina? Would you like to talk to people who live where your anc...

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