Dorothy Williams Potter, Elizabeth Crabtree Wells and Yvonne Crumpler will present the Alabama Genealogical Society‘s spring seminar, “Pathways to the Past: How to Locate Original Records, On Site and Online,” on April 20 in suburban Birmingham.
The seminar, from 8:30 a.m.-3:45 p.m., will be held at Samford University‘s Brock Forum Auditorium in the Beeson Business Building.
Topics will include “Sources and Research Methods for the Old South” and “Searching NARA’s Website and Documenting/Citing Sources.”
Potter is the well-known author or editor of more than 100 publications, with a focus on 18th and 19th century Southern migration. Wells, coordinator of the Special Collection Department at Samford’s library, is a past president of the AGS. Crumpler is a retired genealogical/historical librarian who has served as AGS president. She is the society’s 1st vice president.
The cost is $35 for AGS members and $40 for non-members. Lunch is on your own; the campus cafeteria and food court are in the building next to the seminar.
Registration is via the society’s website or sending your fee to AGS Seminar, BOX 2296, Samford University, Birmingham, AL 35229.