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If you’re interested in charting your family tree back through the 1700s, head to the Columbia Public Library Training Center tomorrow at 10 a.m. Genealogist Traci Wilson-Kleekamp is a Missouri expert in tracing African-American genealogy and will give a talk presenting tips and tricks for Columbians of African-American descent interested in charting their family histories. Wilson-Kleekamp will give aspiring genealogists some background information about how to dive into their research and be available to answer questions after she presents.
“It’s always nice to have a real person, where you can ask questions directly,” reference librarian Marilyn McLeod says. ” That’s why we wanted to do this.”
The event is open to any interested party though it will be targeted toward African-American studies. Registration is required because space for the hands-on computer portion is limited. For more information or to register, call the Columbia Public Library at 573-443-3161.
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