Tuesdays from 4-5 pm on the following dates:
May 8 - Class 1: Complete a pedigree chart, family group sheet and get personal interview suggestions. We will discuss what facts to start with and provide tips on how to find them.
May 15 - Class 2 – Census information – What does the census tell us and where does that information lead us?
May 22 - Class 3 – Research planning, record keeping and website advice to help locate records of births, marriages, deaths, immigrations, military service and more.
In 1918, the U.S. Army Signal Corps sent 223 women to France as telephone operators to help win the Great War. When they returned home, the U.S. government told them they were never soldiers. For 60 years, they fought their own government for recognition. (from IMDB.com).
Come to the Library and view the 1st showing in Montana of this historic record of women veterans of World War I. We will be joined by James Theres, the producer and director, who will answer questions about his award-nominated film.
Every Friday evening from the Friday after Labor Day until the Friday before Memorial Day, the Library features a fun and free event for families that are appropriate for all ages and generations. Check out the upcoming events on the Friday Night Fun page.