Historical Society of Pennsylvania Offers a Course in Researching Family in Pennsylvania

The following announcement was written by the folks at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania:

Historical Society of PennsylvaniaTwo openings remain for new genealogy course:

Researching Family in Pennsylvania

Five-day genealogy course offered 1-5 August 2016

The Historical Society of Pennsylvania (HSP) and the Greater Philadelphia Area Chapter, Association of Professional Genealogists are sponsoring a weeklong program, Researching Family in Pennsylvania, to be held at HSP in Philadelphia.

  • Spend a week in historic Philadelphia
  • Experience total immersion in Pennsylvania’s genealogy resources

Program highlights include court, land, military, tax records, plus records unique to Pennsylvania research. Many of these records can be found on-site in the HSP collections – the largest genealogical repository in Pennsylvania with a wealth of resources for all sixty-seven Pennsylvania counties, and New Jersey and Delaware.
A detailed curriculum, speaker biographies, and tuition information will be found at http://hsp.org/calendar/researching-family-in-pennsylvania.

The course is designed for the beginning genealogist and the advanced researcher alike who desires to understand and explore, first-hand, Pennsylvania records, resources, and repositories.

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