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Wednesday, December 11
Research & More  (Abstraction & Records)
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
The West Texas Collection, 2nd Floor, Houston Harte Student Center at ASU
Join us for Research & More every Wednesday afternoon at the West Texas Collection to chat with SAGHS members about resources available at the WTC, starting your research, brickwalls, and DNA testing questions. It is a great place to research your family and get advice.


Monday, December 16
3rd Monday Luncheon  (Luncheons)
11:30 am
McGowans at Rio Concho Manor, 401 Rio Concho Dr, San Angelo
Join us for our monthly luncheon where we cuss and discuss our family history trials, tribulations and offer advice and tips. McGown's serves delicious meals for a nominal price. Join us for fellowship and interesting conversation! It's informal, so if you can't make it right at 11:30, come anyway.


Wednesday, December 18
Research & More  (Abstraction & Records)
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
The West Texas Collection, 2nd Floor, Houston Harte Student Center at ASU
Join us for Research & More every Wednesday afternoon at the West Texas Collection to chat with SAGHS members about resources available at the WTC, starting your research, brickwalls, and DNA testing questions. It is a great place to research your family and get advice.



Tuesday, January 7, 2020
Church Records  (Meetings)
7:00 pm
Trinity Lutheran Church, Fellowship Hall
Lisa Mahler will show how church records can help genealogists locate missing information or fill in their family stories. Join us for her presentation Church Records: An Abundance of Ancestral Opportunities. Free and open to the public, with refreshmens provided prior to the presentation.



Tuesday, February 4, 2020
Large Scale Digitization Efforts  (Meetings)
7:00 pm
Trinity Lutheran Church, Fellowship Hall
Austin Allison, with the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library at Texas Tech will explain how digitization is done and what it takes to get the records online in his presentation How Large Scale Digitization Efforts Can Assist Genealogical and Historical Research. Free and open to the public with refreshments provided prior to the presentation. 



Tuesday, March 3, 2020
Federal Land Records  (Meetings)
7:00 pm
Trinity Lutheran Church, Fellowship Hall
Federal Land Records: Finding the Old Home Place is the topic of Randy Whited's presentation. He will share tips for researching Federal land records to learn where your ancestors got their land. Free and open to the public, with refreshments provided prior to the presentation.



Tuesday, April 7, 2020
More Effective Online Searching  (Meetings)
7:00 pm
Trinity Lutheran Church, Fellowship Hall
A return speaker, Bernard Meisner, will present Techniques and Strategies for More Effective Online Searching. How to determine what info is available and where to find it, plus how to use search tools. Free and open to the public with refreshments provided prior to the presentation. 



Tuesday, May 5, 2020
Connecting with your WWII Veteran Ancestor  (Meetings)
7:00 pm
Trinity Lutheran Church, Fellowship Hall
Amelia White will explain how the Admiral Nimitz Foundation provides an opportunity to connect with your ancestor's experiences through the National Museum of the Pacific War in her presentation of Connecting with Your WWII Ancestor. Free and open to the public with refreshments privded prior to the presentation.