Family History Research: How to Find Naturalization Records

Interested in genealogy? Just getting started? Been at it for years? Join us at the Ohio History Center this Saturday, September 8, from 10am to noon, for the Genealogy Workshop: How to Find Naturalization Records.

The United States is influenced by its history of immigration, and Ohio has always been a destination for immigrants who were settling into their new country. Records of naturalization were created and exist in Ohio as a result of Federal law. This genealogy workshop will describe what an individual had to do to become a naturalized citizen. Research suggestions for accessing information about ancestors who followed the naturalization path will be highlighted using collections available at the Ohio History Center.

Date: Saturday, September 8, 2012
Time: 10:00am – Noon
Location: Ohio History Center’s Archives/Library Conference Room
Cost: $15.00 OHS/FCGHS members, $20.00 non members

You can register online through the Ohio History Store.

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