Minnesota Genealogical Society
1385 Mendota Heights Road, Suite 100
Mendota Heights, MN 55120-1367
(651) 330-9312 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Records are created when land is sold, transferred, used, disputed, or recorded. This means that land records are incredibly rich sources of information. However, because these materials also have the reputation of being dense and complex, many people are intimidated by them. (We certainly were when we started working with them!) But the fact is that any researcher can find success in learning more about places and the people who lived there.
During this session, we are going to share some of what we have learned through working with researchers and on our own projects, including:
We will be focusing on Minnesota-based records, but much of the information can be transferred to help with research in other states. Questions are very welcome!
Jennifer Wagner and Jenny McElroy
Reference Librarians at the Minnesota Historical Society
This event will be streamed online. A link to the YouTube video will be sent to all members one week prior.
Depending on COVID regulations, there will be availability to watch the meeting from the Minnesota Genealogy Center in Mendota Heights. More specific information will be posted in early Fall.
Not a PGS-MN member and want to join us? For only $5, join us by completing the online guest application, which will then link you to pay online.
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