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Researching Your Home and the People Who Lived There

Date and Time: November 12, 2022, 9:00 AM CT

Location: Osage Mission-Neosho County Museum, 203 Washington St, Saint Paul
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Researching a property, be it an old home, a new business, or a section of pastureland, can do more than tell us the history of a space. It can also build a human connection to the people who came before us and the times in which they lived. This talk, which can be customized to highlight a local resources, shares creative ways to study documents and assemble relevant narratives from maps, deeds, newspapers, and often unsought or unknown resources. This is ideal for those new to seeking out family and community stories, and helpful for those stymied by a dead end. Presented by Diana Staresinic-Deane. (Pronounced "STAH-reh-SIN-ik-DEEN")

Sponsored by: Southeast Kansas Museum Alliance


For more information about this event, please contact:
Jolene Born
(620) 778-1909


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