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GENEALOGY WORKSHOP of the Huntington Historical Society

Aims or Purpose of Group

The Genealogy Workshop aims to promote and advance the study of genealogy and to assist members in their genealogical research.

 

Service, Resources, or Benefits Provided to Members

The Genealogy Workshop provides 10 monthly Newsletters, monthly meetings with special programs or guest speakers. It also provides a Library and Archives, which are currently closed due to construction related to expansion of the facilities.

Research Trip to Salt Lake City:  in the Spring, each year.


Normal Meeting Schedule (Please confirm before attending since schedules do change.)

Meetings are Open to the Public and are free of charge.

Meetings are usually held:
First Saturday of Month, 10:30 am.

Conklin Farmhouse Barn
New York Avenue & High Street, Huntington, NY

(Occasionally the Huntington Public Library or elsewhere -- Check Program Calendar)

 

Contact Information

Chairman:  Richard Holliday

Newsletter Editor: Bill Chamberlain, e-mail: wachamb@verizon.net

Web Site Located at: www.rootsweb.com/~nygwhhs/

        Also see www.huntingtonhistoricalsociety.org

Telephone Inquiries: (631) 427-7045 ext 401

Mailing Address: 209 Main Street, Huntington, NY 11743-6993

Office temporarily located at 2 High St., Huntington, NY


Membership Information:

Membership year begins January 1.

Annual dues vary according to benefits.  Contact organization.

The Genealogy Workshop was founded in 1976.
 
 

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Updated: 01/09/2016