Almost everyone has had some contact with the federal government since the beginning of our republic and will likely have some record that documents that contact.

Session 4:  2:30 pm

Unlocking the Treasures in the National Archives

Please join us on Saturday, February 15 as we explore researching the National Archives.  Genealogist Billie Fogarty will help you with ways to navigate researching the National Archives.  She will be presenting four sessions throughout the day.  Registration is required for each session.

Registration will open Saturday, January 25th 

Billie Fogarty

A former history teacher, Billie Stone Fogarty now instructs genealogists on researching their family history, both in the classroom and on the lecture circuit nation-wide. Based in Oklahoma City, she has had extensive research experience in Washington, DC, at the National Archives, the national library for the Daughters of the American Revolution, and the Library of Congress; in Salt Lake City, UT, at the Family History Library, the world’s largest genealogy library; and in Oklahoma City at the American Indian Archives under the care of the Oklahoma Historical Society. Other research sites have included libraries, courthouses, cemeteries, and archives in many states, including Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, District of Columbia, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, West Virginia, and the countries of Ireland and Wales.