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Meetings are held on the last Wednesday of each month, 9:30 am, at the A&M United Methodist Church, 417 University Drive, College Station, Texas. Following a brief business meeting and program, members are invited to enjoy a Dutch treat meal at a local restaurant.


January 30, 2019 “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly – Archival discoveries at the Carnegie.” Exploring the archives at the Carnegie Library of Bryan, Texas by Rachael C. Medders, M. Ed.- Branch Manager- Carnegie History Center at 111 South Main Street Bryan, Texas 77803 Phone: 979-209-5631 www.bcslibrary.org/carnegie

February 27, 2019 "Facebook and Genealogy" by Shelby Rowan

March 27, 2019 "Searching for Swedes" by Noel Garmillion. Learn how to search Swedish records to find those ancestors from the "old country."

April 24, 2019 "What happened to the Loyalist?" presented by Dr. R.J.Q. Adams, PRofessor Emeritus, History Dept. Texas A&M. Come find out what happened to those American Loyalists who went to Canada West, now Ontario, During and After the American Revolution.

May 29, 2019 'Why people came to Texas, pre 1836.'
Jeff Carroll is the author of several books on Texas history. He began his career as the first “Interpretive Forester” in the National Forests of the southeastern United States in 1962.  As both a Registered Forester and a historian, his job was to research and interpret for the public the value of natural, historical and cultural resources of the region.  For 20 years he developed multi-media presentations in Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Arkansas, Michigan, North Carolina and Texas.  His last five years with the Forest Service were in the Washington office where he was the coordinator of five national and international education programs.

June 25, 2019 Blackmon Family History - Movement from American South to Nova Scotia to the West Indies and to Louisiana - by Willie Blackmon

July 31, 2019 Ramblers Social and business meeting

August 28, 2019 William Trenkmann - He began his “second life” with the creation of   Legendary Texas  as a newspaper column in 1984 and, in 1991, began teaching Texas History and Cultural Anthropology at Blinn College.  

September 25, 2019 - So now you have DNA results - What do you do? Jane MacGill

October 30, 2019 - WW1 Soldiers by John Blair

December 11 , 2019 Christmas social

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