Thursday, January 25, 2024

NCAAHGS Conference 3 day event in Raleigh Feb 2 - 4, 2024

Tales From the Table: Genealogy, Foodways, & Legacy Building - AAHGS Conf.   

February 2-4

The 2024 NC AAHGS Conference will be a three (3) day event.

Friday, Feb 2 - tours of the State Archives, the State Heritage Library, and the vault.

Saturday, Feb. 3 includes a full day of workshops (16 of them) (at Shaw University/ Estey Hall) including basic genealogy, foodways and legacy building, as well as a panel discussion and luncheon.

Our own Saundra Cropps will offer a presentation with Patsy Smith Morgan on Serendipitous Moments of Genealogical Discoveries (including the Shiloh Community, Morrisville, NC).         

Sunday, Feb 4 - there will be tours around the historic Black spaces in Raleigh including The Pope House (home of Dr. Manassa Pope - a Black medical graduate of Shaw University's Leonard School of Medicine who ran for mayor in 1919), the Historic Turner House in Oberlin Village, and the Historic Black Neighborhoods of Raleigh (created from the freedmen's villages that were started after the Civil War).

Tickets and detailed information at this link - 

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