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Who Keeps Moving the Gravestones? by Kirk Horstman
Thursday, July 25
Who Keeps Moving the Gravestones? by Kirk Horstman  (FFSC)
7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Online
Who Keeps Moving the Gravestones? by Kirk Horstman
FREDERICK  MARYLAND  FAMILYSEARCH  CENTER
2024 Genealogy Lecture Series
Virtual  7 pm
All lectures will be on the fourth Thursday and begin at 7 PM
For more information/questions, please call  240-818-1937 or md_frederick@familyhistorymail.org



Brunswick's First People
Sunday, August 4
Brunswick's First People  (FCPL Event)
2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
Brunswick Library, 915 North Maple Ave, Brunswick, MD 21716
Come learn about the Native Americans who lived in the Brunswick area from 15,000 years ago to the 1720s. Don Peterson, author of Native American Fish Traps, will talk about the Native Americans who regularly visited the Brunswick area and describe the fish traps they created and used in the Potomac River.


Immigration After 1890 by Roslyn Torella
Thursday, August 22
Immigration After 1890 by Roslyn Torella  (FFSC)
7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Online
Immigration After 1890 by Roslyn Torella
FREDERICK  MARYLAND  FAMILYSEARCH  CENTER
2024 Genealogy Lecture Series
Virtual  7 pm
All lectures will be on the fourth Thursday and begin at 7 PM
For more information/questions, please call  240-818-1937 or md_frederick@familyhistorymail.org



The Life and Work of David H Wallace (1926-2024)
Saturday, September 14
The Life and Work of David H Wallace (1926-2024)  (FCPL Event)
2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
C Burr Artz Public Library, 110 East Patrick Street, Frederick, MD
David H. Wallace (1926-2024) was a well-known and loved member of the Frederick community and long-time volunteer in the Maryland Room of Frederick County Public Libraries. He was active in many of our County's local history organizations.  He published several transcriptions of Frederick primary sources, including diaries and records from All Saints Episcopal Church.  In his work for the FCPL Maryland Room, Dr. Wallace indexed over 700 works, completely changing the way the Maryland Room, and its patrons, accessed these works.  His index to the obituaries of 20th century Frederick County African American was ground breaking. Join us as we discuss Dr. Wallace's contributions to Frederick's history and birding communities, along with his life as a long term Frederick resident.  Samples of his works will be on display. Portions of his interview for the Frederick County Veterans History Project will be shown.


Where There's a Will, there's FamilySearch by Rebecca Koford, CG, CGL
Thursday, September 26
Where There's a Will, there's FamilySearch by Rebecca Koford, CG, CGL  (FFSC)
7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Online
Where There's a Will, there's FamilySearch by Rebecca Koford, CG, CGL
FREDERICK  MARYLAND  FAMILYSEARCH  CENTER
2024 Genealogy Lecture Series
Virtual  7 pm
All lectures will be on the fourth Thursday and begin at 7 PM
For more information/questions, please call  240-818-1937 or md_frederick@familyhistorymail.org


Where There's a Will, there's FamilySearch by Rebecca Koford, CG, CGL
Where There's a Will, there's FamilySearch by Rebecca Koford, CG, CGL  (FFSC)
7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Online
Where There's a Will, there's FamilySearch by Rebecca Koford, CG, CGL
FREDERICK  MARYLAND  FAMILYSEARCH  CENTER
2024 Genealogy Lecture Series
Virtual  7 pm
All lectures will be on the fourth Thursday and begin at 7 PM
For more information/questions, please call  240-818-1937 or md_frederick@familyhistorymail.org


Back to Our Bygone Days: Remembering Lincoln High School with AARCH Society
Sunday, September 29
Back to Our Bygone Days: Remembering Lincoln High School with AARCH Society  (FCPL Event)
2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
C Burr Artz Public Library, 110 East Patrick Street, Frederick, MD
A brief history of Lincoln School, Frederick County’s first and only secondary school for African Americans until the end of segregation. The documentary highlights former students who share their fond memories. Co-sponsored by the FCPL Maryland Room.



What do you mean there was a fire?  Working Around the 1890 Census
Thursday, October 24
What do you mean there was a fire? Working Around the 1890 Census  (FFSC)
7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Online
What do you mean there was a fire?  Working Around the 1890 Census by Mary Mannix
FREDERICK  MARYLAND  FAMILYSEARCH  CENTER
2024 Genealogy Lecture Series
Virtual  7 pm
All lectures will be on the fourth Thursday and begin at 7 PM
For more information/questions, please call  240-818-1937 or md_frederick@familyhistorymail.org
 
 



Saturday, November 9
"I Shot Him Thru the Heart": The Dewey Draper Murder  (FCPL Event)
1:30 pm to 3:00 pm
Myersville Library, 8 Harp Place, Myersville, MD 21773
Join us for an encore presentation of the Myersville Wolfsville Area Historical Society's mini-program on the tragic tale of a Wolfsville area May-December marriage during the Great Depression.
 
Presenter: Fonda Gormer, Myersville Wolfsville Area Historical Society