How to Trace Your Family Tree at the New York State Archives
The Buffalo History Museum, New York Genealogical and Biographical Society and New York State Archives Partnership Trust invite you to join us for a special event in the New York Archives Magazine Speaker Series.
Get a sneak peek at the NYG&B's forthcoming research guide, The New York State Archives: An Authorized Guide for Family and Local Historians, due to be published later this year.
The New York State Archives is a renowned resource for anyone curious about researching their family history.
Join D. Joshua Taylor, President of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, in Buffalo April 24th for a look at how to best access and use these important collections for genealogical research.
Highlights of specific materials (and what treasures can be found) will be discussed alongside techniques for preparing to do research, either online or in Albany.
Event is FREE for New York Archives Magazine subscribers, members of The Buffalo History Museum and/or the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society.
Otherwise, standard admission rates to the Buffalo History Museum apply:
- Adults: $10
- Seniors age 60+: $5.00
- Students: $5.00
- Children: $2.50
- US Veterans, active service members & Gold Star families: Free, with appreciation always
More information on visiting the Buffalo History Museum.
About the Speaker
D. Joshua Taylor, President of the New York Genealogical and Biographical Society, is a nationally known and recognized genealogical author, lecturer, and researcher. Joshua is deeply passionate about family history, is a frequent speaker at family history events across the globe, and hosts the popular PBS series, Genealogy Roadshow.