The Wabash Valley Genealogy Society has planned a research trip to the Indiana State Library in Indianapolis, Thursday, Sept. 29, from 7 a.m.-6:30 p.m.
Transportation will be provided by the First Financial Bus for the first 17 registrants. Others may carpool.
There is no charge for participation in the trip, but individuals need to pre-register online at www.inwvgs.org.
Those new to genealogy or experienced researchers are invited. The trip will provide opportunities for participants to spend a day accessing a wealth of genealogical resources and information.
The Indiana State Library Genealogy Collection has developed over time to become one of the largest collections of family history information in the Midwest. The collection includes 40,000 printed items (family histories, indexes to records, how-to books, cemetery transcriptions, family history magazines and more, as well as microfilmed federal census records, Indiana county records, passenger lists and military pension information.
The collection includes hundreds of CDs with family history information.
The emphasis of the collection is on Indiana and bordering states as well as eastern and southern states.
For more information, call WVGS Publicity Chair Mike Lewman at 765-569-5935 or e-mail email@example.com.