Workshop: Genealogical Research In Alabama (Sept. 18, 2004)
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Subject: [ALJEFFER] Workshop: Genealogical Research In Alabama (Sept.
FYI... most of you on my mailing list will receive this announcement
by regular mail. Feel free to share this information with others who
interested. Larry E. Caver, Jr., Prattville, Alabama
Workshop: GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH IN ALABAMA
This is your invitation to attend a special workshop being held
September 18, 2004, from 1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. at the First United
Church, 100 E. 4th Street, Prattville, Alabama. This program is being
the Autauga Genealogical Society. The workshop is title, "Genealogical
Research In Alabama" and will be presented by Larry E. Caver, Jr., of
Alabama. The workshop will consist of two Sessions. There will be a
breaks during the workshop including a 30-minute break with refreshments
furnished by the Autauga Genealogical Society.
The first Session of the workshop will address "Genealogical Records in
Alabama". This session will include information about early Alabama
including information on settlement periods in Alabama, County
formations, the types
of genealogical materials that can be found in early County Courthouse
Records, and many other records that exist in the state. This session
include information about some of the records that exist outside the
Alabama Counties that were created under the Mississippi Territory.
participant of this session will receive a Program Packet containing a
outline along with case examples of the various types of records that
The second Session of the workshop will address "Genealogical Resources
Alabama." This session will include information on Historical &
Societies in Alabama, public & private libraries in Alabama with
holdings, and other repositories in the state with genealogical records.
participant of this session will receive a Resource Packet containing
provided by various Historical & Genealogical Societies across the
well as information from other agencies and organizations with
There is no cost for attending this workshop. Donations will be
day of the workshop to help defer the cost of the event. The only
requirement for attending the workshop is to send in notification
(R.S.V.P.) in advance
to guarantee that enough workshop packets are printed for workshop
participants. You may send this notification by filling out and sending
in the form
below to the workshop presenter, Larry E. Caver, Jr., P.O. Box 680052,
Alabama 36068, or by sending him an email confirmation (email address:
[ ] Yes, I plan to attend the Autauga Genealogical Society workshop,
"Genealogical Research In Alabama", on Saturday, September 18, 2004.
Below is a short list of area hotels in Prattville, Alabama, if any of
will be traveling from out of state and may need over night
There are no "special rates" arranged with any of these hotels for this
and no preference is given to any particular hotel chain. Each
be responsible for their own for travel accommodations.
· Best Western Inn, 798 Business Park Dr., Prattville, Ala., ph.
· Comfort Inn, 797 Business Park Dr., Prattville, Alabama, ph.
· Days Inn & Suites, 600 Old Farm Lane S., Prattville, Ala., ph.
· Econo Lodge, 2605 Cobbs Ford Rd., Prattville, Alabama, ph.
· Hampton Inn, 2585 Cobbs Hill Pl., Prattville, Alabama, ph.
· Holiday Inn, 2598 Cobbs Ford Road, Prattville, Alabama, ph.
· Jameson Inn, 104 Jameson Ct., Prattville, Alabama, ph. 334-361-6463
· Legends at Capital Hill (Resort), 2500 Legends Circle, Prattville,
· Super 8 Motel, 639 Malwest Dr., Prattville, Alabama, ph. 334-365-7250