Saturday, October 26, 2013
11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Margaret Troke Library
502 W. Benjamin Holt Drive, Stockton
Immigration and Naturalization Process in the United States
with Sally Spenker, retired High School History teacher
Learn the importance of laws pertaining to naturalization in different eras, economic and social climate, and how beliefs influenced the past in this session designed to help you find the elusive women in your family history.
After the presentation, Society volunteers will be available for your genealogy research questions, so bring whatever data you already have: birth, marriage, death dates of ancestors and where they lived. To access the wi-fi made available for this workshop session, you may either bring your own laptop, or use one of the library's laptops.
Space is limited for this workshop, so please pre-register by calling (209) 937-8221 or stop by the Troke Branch to sign up at the Information Desk there.