Intermediate genealogy series being offered

Press release:

Following up on the introductory genealogy classes it offered last year, the Highline Historical Society this spring will be offering an intermediate series of classes in genealogical research.

This three-class series will focus on census records, vital records, immigration records, and passenger lists. Instructors Winona Laird and David Liesse of the South King County Genealogical Society will present lectures on finding and researching these resources, and then will assist students who are pursuing their personal research projects.

Sessions will be held from 1-3 PM on the Saturdays of March 23, March 30, and April 13. Classes will take place in Burien.

Pre-paid registration is required. Requested donation for class is $40/person. Please mail your checks to the Highline Historical Society at PO Box 317, Seahurst, WA 98062.

Your registration in the class will be confirmed.

For more information, visit the Highline Historical Society at http://www.highlinehistory.org.

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