Virtual Program - Genealogy: Slavery and Emancipation Laws in 19th Century New Jersey

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

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**This is a virtual program**

Join us as we honor Black History Month with this historical genealogy class presented by Genealogy Librarian at the NJ State Library. Regina Fitzpatrick. Regina will give us insight and guidelines for researching enslaved people in 19th Century NJ.

Registration is required. Please register online or call 732-634-4450.

Regina Fitzpatrick is the Genealogy Librarian at the NJ State Library.  In addition to the Genealogy Collection, a non-circulating 18,000 plus item collection, she also oversees the Map and Atlas Collection, and the New Jersey State Library Archives collection.  Prior to working at the Library, Regina worked for the New Jersey State Archives, where she became an expert on New Jersey Genealogical Collections, including Revolutionary and Civil War military collections, and helping to conduct family history research.  At the State Library, Regina currently provides general Reference Services, in addition to specific Genealogy assistance, and teaches classes on conducting New Jersey Genealogy research. 

Event Type(s): Presentation / Lecture
Age Group(s): Adults (18+), All Ages

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