Genealogy Lectures and Seminars
Intrepid Irish Immigrants! Connections You Might Not Have Guessed Between Michigan and Arizona May 26th
5PM – 7PM
Join us in the Great Hall from 5PM – 7PM on May 26th for a lecture from the authors of “Irish Immigrants in Michigan.” Authors Elizabeth Rice and Pat Commins will discuss Irish Immigrants in Michigan and trace their journey to the American Southwest, ending in the Arizona desert. Doors will open at 4PM and while there is no admission cost donations are always welcome.
Due to technical difficulties we are not able to post this lecture live. We are recording the lecture and will be able to post it at the conclusion of the talk. We apologize.
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Located on the second floor of the McClelland Library the Genealogy Collection includes reference materials on how to do Irish and Scots-Irish family history research; maps; periodicals; microfilms; source books for civil and church records for the various counties of Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland; as well as, census, land, tax, estate and court records.