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The Swedish American Genealogical Society, which opened in 1994 as the Nordic Family Genealogy Center, is a research center at the Swedish American Museum assisting individuals with finding out more about their Swedish ancestry.
The Genealogical Society offers monthly genealogy events as well as weekly genealogy research time. Annual membership for the Genealogical Society is $20 for Museum members; non-members are asked to make a $10 donation per genealogy session. The Genealogy Center is located on the third floor of the Museum in the library, right down the hall from the Brunk Children’s Museum of Immigration.
For more information, please read below. For questions or comments, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 773.728.8111.
The Swedish American Genealogical Society hosts genealogy sessions from 10 a.m. to noon the fourth Saturday of each month, from January to November. Sessions are free to Museum members if they have an annual membership to the Genealogical Society; non-members pay $10 per session. If possible, bring your laptop computer and family information to class.
The winter 2016 schedule for genealogy sessions:
Note all meetings are from 10 a.m. to noon unless otherwise stated.
“Updates to ArkivDigital and Lesser Used Records” presented by Kathy Meade
Orphan Train Video
“Let’s Visit Sweden” presented by Swedish American Genealogical Society members
The Genealogy Center is open for individual research Wednesday afternoons between noon and 3 p.m. Individual assistance is provided by experienced members of the Swedish American Genealogical Society. Three research appointments are available each Wednesday:
Individuals with appointments have priority over walk-ins. For further information or to schedule your appointment, call the Museum at 773.728.8111 or e-mail email@example.com.