Polish Genealogical Society of Michigan
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Burton-Detroit Public Library/Dept W
5201 Woodward Ave
Detroit, Michigan 48202-4007 USA
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Our People Were Farmers
Saturday, March 21
Our People Were Farmers  (Monthly Meetings)
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
St. Clair Shores Public Library, 22500 East Eleven Mile Rd., Phone: 586-771-9020
Dan Fantore will present ,“Our People Were Farmers: Farming in Michigan, Background & Resources”.
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10/26/2019 mo - 12/14/2019  tk

Saturday, April 18
Using the new Szukajwarchiwach  (Monthly Meetings)
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Southgate Veteran's Memorial Library
14880 Dix-Toledo Rd., Southgate, Michigan 48192
Therese Leszcz will present:  " Using The New Szukajwarchiwach.pl/gov"  
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Saturday, May 16 through Saturday, May 16
Michiganology.org  (Monthly Meetings)
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Caroline Kennedy Library, 24590 George St., Dearborn Heights, Michigan
Jill Arnold, Digital Engagement Archivist from the Archives of Michigan will discuss the changes from Seeking Michigan to Michiganology.   

Genealogy and Facebook How-To
Saturday, June 20
Genealogy and Facebook How-To  (Monthly Meetings)
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Lyon Township Public Library, 27005 Milford Rd, South Lyon, MI 48178
Katherine Willson will present the popular topic of using Facebook for genealogical research.  
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07/22/2019  tk

Saturday, September 19
To Be Determined  (Monthly Meetings)
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Watch this space for further information.

42nd Annual Genealogical Seminar
Saturday, October 17
42nd Annual Genealogical Seminar  (Seminar)
8:00 am to 4:00 pm
American-Polish Cultural Center - Troy, MI
Watch this space for further information.
10/26/2019 mo

Saturday, November 21
The Deadly Flu Pandemic of 1918  (Monthly Meetings)
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

J. Alex Navarro, Ph.D. Assistant Director Center for the History of Medicine

“The Deadly Flu Pandemic of 1918 and How Our Ancestors Were Affected