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Genealogy Page Turners Book Club: Goodwin DNA Mysteries 10:00 am
Genealogy Page Turners Book Club: Goodwin DNA Mysteries @ Zoom: Hosted by Kentucky Historical Society
Jun 25 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Genealogy Page Turners Book Club: Goodwin DNA Mysteries @ Zoom: Hosted by Kentucky Historical Society
The Kentucky Historical Society has a new book club designed to help you keep your 2022 reading resolutions on-task! Over the course of 10 months (February – November), we will be meeting virtually to discuss a couple of titles by acclaimed author, Nathan Dylan Goodwin: The Foundlings and The Chester Creek Murders. The meetings for this series will take place via Zoom every 4th Saturday from 10am-12pm EST. We may not fill the full 2 hours every month, but the sessions are FREE and designed to help us reflect on what we read, and how it relates to our research. While these two titles are fiction, the details covering DNA/genealogy analysis will serve as hypothetical case studies, helping you put theory into practice. Pre-registration is required for this Goodwin series – but only once! Anyone who signs up will be sent the Zoom invitations monthly – so no need to re-register each month. Please click HERE to register, or click on the green “tickets” or “register” button above. You are responsible for acquiring a copy of the book/s we will be using for the sessions – electronic or print – your choice. For those in the area, some copies will be available in KHS’ 1792 Store at the beginning of 2022. **NOTE** These sessions will NOT be recorded.  2022 Reading Schedule February: The Foundlings, Chapters: Prologue, 1-5 March: Chapters 6 – 11 April: Chapters 12 – 17 May: Chapters 18 – 22 June: 23 – 27, Epilogue July: The Chester Creek Murders...
Genealogy Page Turners Book Club: Slavery’s Descendants 2:00 pm
Genealogy Page Turners Book Club: Slavery’s Descendants @ Zoom: Hosted by Kentucky Historical Society
Jun 25 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Genealogy Page Turners Book Club: Slavery's Descendants @ Zoom: Hosted by Kentucky Historical Society
The Kentucky Historical Society has a new book club designed to help you keep your 2022 reading resolutions on-task! Over the course of 10 months (February – November), we will be meeting virtually to discuss Slavery’s Descendants: Shared Legacies of Race & Reconciliation by Dionne Ford & Jill Strauss. The meetings for this title will take place via Zoom every 4th Saturday from 2-4pm EST. We may not fill the full 2 hours every month, but the sessions are FREE and designed to help us reflect on what we read, and how it relates to our research. Pre-registration is required – but only once! Anyone who signs up will be sent the Zoom invitations monthly – so no need to re-register each month. Please click HERE to register, or click on the green “tickets” or “register” button above. **NOTE** In order to provide a safe space for open dialogue, these sessions will NOT be recorded. 2022 Reading Schedule February: Forward, Introduction, Chapters 1 – 2 March: Chapters 3 – 4 April: Chapters 5 – 6 May: Chapters 7 – 9 June: Chapters 10 – 12 July: Chapters 13 – 14 August: Chapters 15 – 16 September: Chapters 17 – 18 October: Chapters 19 – 21 November: Chapters 22 – 24 + Afterword The Genealogy Page Turners will be covering a few different titles – so just register once for the titles in which you wish to participate. Be watching Kentucky Ancestors Online for additional title selections. Please contact khsrefdesk@ky.gov or...
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Genealogy Page Turners Book Club: Goodwin DNA Mysteries @ Zoom: Hosted by Kentucky Historical Society
Jul 23 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
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The Kentucky Historical Society has a new book club designed to help you keep your 2022 reading resolutions on-task! Over the course of 10 months (February – November), we will be meeting virtually to discuss a couple of titles by acclaimed author, Nathan Dylan Goodwin: The Foundlings and The Chester Creek Murders. The meetings for this series will take place via Zoom every 4th Saturday from 10am-12pm EST. We may not fill the full 2 hours every month, but the sessions are FREE and designed to help us reflect on what we read, and how it relates to our research. While these two titles are fiction, the details covering DNA/genealogy analysis will serve as hypothetical case studies, helping you put theory into practice.

Pre-registration is required for this Goodwin series – but only once! Anyone who signs up will be sent the Zoom invitations monthly – so no need to re-register each month. Please click HERE to register, or click on the green “tickets” or “register” button above. You are responsible for acquiring a copy of the book/s we will be using for the sessions – electronic or print – your choice. For those in the area, some copies will be available in KHS’ 1792 Store at the beginning of 2022. **NOTE** These sessions will NOT be recorded.

 2022 Reading Schedule

February: The Foundlings, Chapters: Prologue, 1-5

March: Chapters 6 – 11

April: Chapters 12 – 17

May: Chapters 18 – 22

June: 23 – 27, Epilogue

July: The Chester Creek Murders – Chapters 1 – 9

August: Chapters 10 – 17

September: Chapters 18 – 23

October: Chapters 24 – 31

November: Chapters 32 – 39

The Genealogy Page Turners will be covering a few different titles – so just register once for the titles/series in which you wish to participate. Be watching Kentucky Ancestors Online for additional title selections. Please contact khsrefdesk@ky.gov or 502-782-8080 for any questions about this program.

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Genealogy Page Turners Book Club: Slavery’s Descendants @ Zoom: Hosted by Kentucky Historical Society
Jul 23 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
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The Kentucky Historical Society has a new book club designed to help you keep your 2022 reading resolutions on-task! Over the course of 10 months (February – November), we will be meeting virtually to discuss Slavery’s Descendants: Shared Legacies of Race & Reconciliation by Dionne Ford & Jill Strauss. The meetings for this title will take place via Zoom every 4th Saturday from 2-4pm EST. We may not fill the full 2 hours every month, but the sessions are FREE and designed to help us reflect on what we read, and how it relates to our research.

Pre-registration is required – but only once! Anyone who signs up will be sent the Zoom invitations monthly – so no need to re-register each month. Please click HERE to register, or click on the green “tickets” or “register” button above. **NOTE** In order to provide a safe space for open dialogue, these sessions will NOT be recorded.

2022 Reading Schedule

February: Forward, Introduction, Chapters 1 – 2

March: Chapters 3 – 4

April: Chapters 5 – 6

May: Chapters 7 – 9

June: Chapters 10 – 12

July: Chapters 13 – 14

August: Chapters 15 – 16

September: Chapters 17 – 18

October: Chapters 19 – 21

November: Chapters 22 – 24 + Afterword

The Genealogy Page Turners will be covering a few different titles – so just register once for the titles in which you wish to participate. Be watching Kentucky Ancestors Online for additional title selections. Please contact khsrefdesk@ky.gov or 502-782-8080 for any questions about this program.

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Aug
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Genealogy Page Turners Book Club: Goodwin DNA Mysteries @ Zoom: Hosted by Kentucky Historical Society
Aug 27 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
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The Kentucky Historical Society has a new book club designed to help you keep your 2022 reading resolutions on-task! Over the course of 10 months (February – November), we will be meeting virtually to discuss a couple of titles by acclaimed author, Nathan Dylan Goodwin: The Foundlings and The Chester Creek Murders. The meetings for this series will take place via Zoom every 4th Saturday from 10am-12pm EST. We may not fill the full 2 hours every month, but the sessions are FREE and designed to help us reflect on what we read, and how it relates to our research. While these two titles are fiction, the details covering DNA/genealogy analysis will serve as hypothetical case studies, helping you put theory into practice.

Pre-registration is required for this Goodwin series – but only once! Anyone who signs up will be sent the Zoom invitations monthly – so no need to re-register each month. Please click HERE to register, or click on the green “tickets” or “register” button above. You are responsible for acquiring a copy of the book/s we will be using for the sessions – electronic or print – your choice. For those in the area, some copies will be available in KHS’ 1792 Store at the beginning of 2022. **NOTE** These sessions will NOT be recorded.

 2022 Reading Schedule

February: The Foundlings, Chapters: Prologue, 1-5

March: Chapters 6 – 11

April: Chapters 12 – 17

May: Chapters 18 – 22

June: 23 – 27, Epilogue

July: The Chester Creek Murders – Chapters 1 – 9

August: Chapters 10 – 17

September: Chapters 18 – 23

October: Chapters 24 – 31

November: Chapters 32 – 39

The Genealogy Page Turners will be covering a few different titles – so just register once for the titles/series in which you wish to participate. Be watching Kentucky Ancestors Online for additional title selections. Please contact khsrefdesk@ky.gov or 502-782-8080 for any questions about this program.

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Genealogy Page Turners Book Club: Slavery’s Descendants @ Zoom: Hosted by Kentucky Historical Society
Aug 27 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
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The Kentucky Historical Society has a new book club designed to help you keep your 2022 reading resolutions on-task! Over the course of 10 months (February – November), we will be meeting virtually to discuss Slavery’s Descendants: Shared Legacies of Race & Reconciliation by Dionne Ford & Jill Strauss. The meetings for this title will take place via Zoom every 4th Saturday from 2-4pm EST. We may not fill the full 2 hours every month, but the sessions are FREE and designed to help us reflect on what we read, and how it relates to our research.

Pre-registration is required – but only once! Anyone who signs up will be sent the Zoom invitations monthly – so no need to re-register each month. Please click HERE to register, or click on the green “tickets” or “register” button above. **NOTE** In order to provide a safe space for open dialogue, these sessions will NOT be recorded.

2022 Reading Schedule

February: Forward, Introduction, Chapters 1 – 2

March: Chapters 3 – 4

April: Chapters 5 – 6

May: Chapters 7 – 9

June: Chapters 10 – 12

July: Chapters 13 – 14

August: Chapters 15 – 16

September: Chapters 17 – 18

October: Chapters 19 – 21

November: Chapters 22 – 24 + Afterword

The Genealogy Page Turners will be covering a few different titles – so just register once for the titles in which you wish to participate. Be watching Kentucky Ancestors Online for additional title selections. Please contact khsrefdesk@ky.gov or 502-782-8080 for any questions about this program.

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Sep
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2022
Genealogy Page Turners Book Club: Goodwin DNA Mysteries @ Zoom: Hosted by Kentucky Historical Society
Sep 24 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
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The Kentucky Historical Society has a new book club designed to help you keep your 2022 reading resolutions on-task! Over the course of 10 months (February – November), we will be meeting virtually to discuss a couple of titles by acclaimed author, Nathan Dylan Goodwin: The Foundlings and The Chester Creek Murders. The meetings for this series will take place via Zoom every 4th Saturday from 10am-12pm EST. We may not fill the full 2 hours every month, but the sessions are FREE and designed to help us reflect on what we read, and how it relates to our research. While these two titles are fiction, the details covering DNA/genealogy analysis will serve as hypothetical case studies, helping you put theory into practice.

Pre-registration is required for this Goodwin series – but only once! Anyone who signs up will be sent the Zoom invitations monthly – so no need to re-register each month. Please click HERE to register, or click on the green “tickets” or “register” button above. You are responsible for acquiring a copy of the book/s we will be using for the sessions – electronic or print – your choice. For those in the area, some copies will be available in KHS’ 1792 Store at the beginning of 2022. **NOTE** These sessions will NOT be recorded.

 2022 Reading Schedule

February: The Foundlings, Chapters: Prologue, 1-5

March: Chapters 6 – 11

April: Chapters 12 – 17

May: Chapters 18 – 22

June: 23 – 27, Epilogue

July: The Chester Creek Murders – Chapters 1 – 9

August: Chapters 10 – 17

September: Chapters 18 – 23

October: Chapters 24 – 31

November: Chapters 32 – 39

The Genealogy Page Turners will be covering a few different titles – so just register once for the titles/series in which you wish to participate. Be watching Kentucky Ancestors Online for additional title selections. Please contact khsrefdesk@ky.gov or 502-782-8080 for any questions about this program.

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Genealogy Page Turners Book Club: Slavery’s Descendants @ Zoom: Hosted by Kentucky Historical Society
Sep 24 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
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The Kentucky Historical Society has a new book club designed to help you keep your 2022 reading resolutions on-task! Over the course of 10 months (February – November), we will be meeting virtually to discuss Slavery’s Descendants: Shared Legacies of Race & Reconciliation by Dionne Ford & Jill Strauss. The meetings for this title will take place via Zoom every 4th Saturday from 2-4pm EST. We may not fill the full 2 hours every month, but the sessions are FREE and designed to help us reflect on what we read, and how it relates to our research.

Pre-registration is required – but only once! Anyone who signs up will be sent the Zoom invitations monthly – so no need to re-register each month. Please click HERE to register, or click on the green “tickets” or “register” button above. **NOTE** In order to provide a safe space for open dialogue, these sessions will NOT be recorded.

2022 Reading Schedule

February: Forward, Introduction, Chapters 1 – 2

March: Chapters 3 – 4

April: Chapters 5 – 6

May: Chapters 7 – 9

June: Chapters 10 – 12

July: Chapters 13 – 14

August: Chapters 15 – 16

September: Chapters 17 – 18

October: Chapters 19 – 21

November: Chapters 22 – 24 + Afterword

The Genealogy Page Turners will be covering a few different titles – so just register once for the titles in which you wish to participate. Be watching Kentucky Ancestors Online for additional title selections. Please contact khsrefdesk@ky.gov or 502-782-8080 for any questions about this program.

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Oct
22
Sat
2022
Genealogy Page Turners Book Club: Goodwin DNA Mysteries @ Zoom: Hosted by Kentucky Historical Society
Oct 22 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
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The Kentucky Historical Society has a new book club designed to help you keep your 2022 reading resolutions on-task! Over the course of 10 months (February – November), we will be meeting virtually to discuss a couple of titles by acclaimed author, Nathan Dylan Goodwin: The Foundlings and The Chester Creek Murders. The meetings for this series will take place via Zoom every 4th Saturday from 10am-12pm EST. We may not fill the full 2 hours every month, but the sessions are FREE and designed to help us reflect on what we read, and how it relates to our research. While these two titles are fiction, the details covering DNA/genealogy analysis will serve as hypothetical case studies, helping you put theory into practice.

Pre-registration is required for this Goodwin series – but only once! Anyone who signs up will be sent the Zoom invitations monthly – so no need to re-register each month. Please click HERE to register, or click on the green “tickets” or “register” button above. You are responsible for acquiring a copy of the book/s we will be using for the sessions – electronic or print – your choice. For those in the area, some copies will be available in KHS’ 1792 Store at the beginning of 2022. **NOTE** These sessions will NOT be recorded.

 2022 Reading Schedule

February: The Foundlings, Chapters: Prologue, 1-5

March: Chapters 6 – 11

April: Chapters 12 – 17

May: Chapters 18 – 22

June: 23 – 27, Epilogue

July: The Chester Creek Murders – Chapters 1 – 9

August: Chapters 10 – 17

September: Chapters 18 – 23

October: Chapters 24 – 31

November: Chapters 32 – 39

The Genealogy Page Turners will be covering a few different titles – so just register once for the titles/series in which you wish to participate. Be watching Kentucky Ancestors Online for additional title selections. Please contact khsrefdesk@ky.gov or 502-782-8080 for any questions about this program.

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Genealogy Page Turners Book Club: Slavery’s Descendants @ Zoom: Hosted by Kentucky Historical Society
Oct 22 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
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The Kentucky Historical Society has a new book club designed to help you keep your 2022 reading resolutions on-task! Over the course of 10 months (February – November), we will be meeting virtually to discuss Slavery’s Descendants: Shared Legacies of Race & Reconciliation by Dionne Ford & Jill Strauss. The meetings for this title will take place via Zoom every 4th Saturday from 2-4pm EST. We may not fill the full 2 hours every month, but the sessions are FREE and designed to help us reflect on what we read, and how it relates to our research.

Pre-registration is required – but only once! Anyone who signs up will be sent the Zoom invitations monthly – so no need to re-register each month. Please click HERE to register, or click on the green “tickets” or “register” button above. **NOTE** In order to provide a safe space for open dialogue, these sessions will NOT be recorded.

2022 Reading Schedule

February: Forward, Introduction, Chapters 1 – 2

March: Chapters 3 – 4

April: Chapters 5 – 6

May: Chapters 7 – 9

June: Chapters 10 – 12

July: Chapters 13 – 14

August: Chapters 15 – 16

September: Chapters 17 – 18

October: Chapters 19 – 21

November: Chapters 22 – 24 + Afterword

The Genealogy Page Turners will be covering a few different titles – so just register once for the titles in which you wish to participate. Be watching Kentucky Ancestors Online for additional title selections. Please contact khsrefdesk@ky.gov or 502-782-8080 for any questions about this program.

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Nov
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Sat
2022
Genealogy Page Turners Book Club: Goodwin DNA Mysteries @ Zoom: Hosted by Kentucky Historical Society
Nov 26 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
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The Kentucky Historical Society has a new book club designed to help you keep your 2022 reading resolutions on-task! Over the course of 10 months (February – November), we will be meeting virtually to discuss a couple of titles by acclaimed author, Nathan Dylan Goodwin: The Foundlings and The Chester Creek Murders. The meetings for this series will take place via Zoom every 4th Saturday from 10am-12pm EST. We may not fill the full 2 hours every month, but the sessions are FREE and designed to help us reflect on what we read, and how it relates to our research. While these two titles are fiction, the details covering DNA/genealogy analysis will serve as hypothetical case studies, helping you put theory into practice.

Pre-registration is required for this Goodwin series – but only once! Anyone who signs up will be sent the Zoom invitations monthly – so no need to re-register each month. Please click HERE to register, or click on the green “tickets” or “register” button above. You are responsible for acquiring a copy of the book/s we will be using for the sessions – electronic or print – your choice. For those in the area, some copies will be available in KHS’ 1792 Store at the beginning of 2022. **NOTE** These sessions will NOT be recorded.

 2022 Reading Schedule

February: The Foundlings, Chapters: Prologue, 1-5

March: Chapters 6 – 11

April: Chapters 12 – 17

May: Chapters 18 – 22

June: 23 – 27, Epilogue

July: The Chester Creek Murders – Chapters 1 – 9

August: Chapters 10 – 17

September: Chapters 18 – 23

October: Chapters 24 – 31

November: Chapters 32 – 39

The Genealogy Page Turners will be covering a few different titles – so just register once for the titles/series in which you wish to participate. Be watching Kentucky Ancestors Online for additional title selections. Please contact khsrefdesk@ky.gov or 502-782-8080 for any questions about this program.

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Genealogy Page Turners Book Club: Slavery’s Descendants @ Zoom: Hosted by Kentucky Historical Society
Nov 26 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
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The Kentucky Historical Society has a new book club designed to help you keep your 2022 reading resolutions on-task! Over the course of 10 months (February – November), we will be meeting virtually to discuss Slavery’s Descendants: Shared Legacies of Race & Reconciliation by Dionne Ford & Jill Strauss. The meetings for this title will take place via Zoom every 4th Saturday from 2-4pm EST. We may not fill the full 2 hours every month, but the sessions are FREE and designed to help us reflect on what we read, and how it relates to our research.

Pre-registration is required – but only once! Anyone who signs up will be sent the Zoom invitations monthly – so no need to re-register each month. Please click HERE to register, or click on the green “tickets” or “register” button above. **NOTE** In order to provide a safe space for open dialogue, these sessions will NOT be recorded.

2022 Reading Schedule

February: Forward, Introduction, Chapters 1 – 2

March: Chapters 3 – 4

April: Chapters 5 – 6

May: Chapters 7 – 9

June: Chapters 10 – 12

July: Chapters 13 – 14

August: Chapters 15 – 16

September: Chapters 17 – 18

October: Chapters 19 – 21

November: Chapters 22 – 24 + Afterword

The Genealogy Page Turners will be covering a few different titles – so just register once for the titles in which you wish to participate. Be watching Kentucky Ancestors Online for additional title selections. Please contact khsrefdesk@ky.gov or 502-782-8080 for any questions about this program.

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