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Bernice Bennett – Genealogy Study Tours in Washington, DC

Organize Your Genealogy Study today!

Have you ever visited Washington, DC and experienced the rich genealogical resources available for you to find your African American ancestors? Have you been unsure of where to go or what to do in order to find your African American ancestors? There is a wealth of information available in Washington, DC. Here is your chance to avail yourself of local genealogical experts as you spend a week discovering your family history in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.

What Is the Purpose?

The week is intended to teach and provide assistance as you conduct research at the National Archives, Library of Congress and, the Daughter's of the American Revolution Library. Allow Washington, DC area researchers knowledgeable about these various resources to help you understand how to use them effectively.

Who Should Participate?

  • Church groups
  • Social Clubs
  • Youth Organizations
  • Family Reunion Leadership Teams
  • School Groups
  • Scouting Groups

What is Included?

  • Individual coaching – you will always have someone to answer your questions and guide you through the process.
  • All day research assistance at the National Archives, Library of Congress and DAR
  • Morning coffee, lunch, and snacks on Monday and Wednesday
  • Closing Luncheon on the last day

Additional areas of research covered:

  • Other research facilities in the Washington, DC area
  • Researching online

Open to 10 participants to ensure that everyone gets much-needed personal assistance.



Last Updated June 29, 2016



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