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Using Land Records Effectively, with Robyn Smith, 24 September 2011

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"Fruit of the Earth: Using Land Records Effectively"

with Robyn Smith

24 September 2011, 1:30pm

Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture

830 East Pratt Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21202

Land records are one of the most widely available of all genealogical records. They hold a wealth of local and historical information beyond land purchases. Join genealogist Robyn Smith for an overview of land records and their use in genealogical research.

Robyn Smith, an engineer by day, specializes in Maryland, Tennessee, and African American genealogy research. She teaches an Advanced African American Genealogy class at Howard Community College and is author of the popular genealogy blog Reclaiming Kin.

Cost: Free with admission

To register please email resourcecenter@maamc.org or call 443-263-1816.

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