In Clayton Library’s monthly orientation we cover the process of research and discovery in the beginning steps of a family history project. Following this brief introduction, we examine the resources available at the Clayton Library and their organization, as well as how to plan an effective visit to the Library.
Reservations required, please call 832-393-2600. Adults/Teens.
Join staff member Franklin Smith for the meeting of a quarterly DNA discussion series. Each session begins with a brief presentation on a DNA topic after which the session is open for group discussion and comment. This group is oriented towards those just beginning their DNA journey but is open to all experience levels.
Can’t make it to our monthly Saturday orientations? Then come to our Thursday evening orientation, now offered quarterly, to hear about Clayton Library resources and how to get started in your family history research
Ever wonder how to join the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR)? Representatives from local DAR chapters will be at Clayton Library for consultation and research help in preparing lineage papers for submission to the DAR.
No reservations required. Adults/Teens.
We create tons of digital files, and many of them aren’t made for the long-term. But what about those that we do want to keep? How do we ensure they remain accessible over time? Join archivists from the Houston Metropolitan Research Center to learn about best practices for caring for your own personal digital archives.
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