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Tuesday, February 18
Stay Tuned
Downtown Farmington Library - 23500 Liberty St, Farmington MI 48335
Planning for a panel discussion is underway.



Tuesday, March 17
Irish Research
6:30 pm
Downtown Farmington Library - 23500 Liberty St, Farmington MI 48335
Presented by Abigail Eynon. And, yes, it's St. Patrick's Day.
Abigail will provide a tale of the immigration of Irish Catholic nationals into what would become the State of Michigan. She will describe the timing of arrivals of these Irish pioneers; Why they came to Michigan [push]; What’s land got to do with it [pull]; The very early critical mass in the North fields of Ann Arbor; the hard evidence our Irish pioneers left behind at Old St. Patrick’s Catholic Cemetery; and What a genealogist can find out about strangers by starting with cemetery stones: the life lived by a few of those Irish Pioneers.  



Tuesday, April 21
Our People Were Farmers: Farming in Michigan, Background & Resources
6:30 pm
Downtown Farmington Library - 23500 Liberty St, Farmington MI 48335
Presented by Dan Fantore.
Our people were farmers recognizes that most family historians find that their ancestors were farmers.  The presentation will talk about the pervasiveness of farming, sources for farming history including, Deeds, Plat maps, the Agricultural schedule of the US Census, the 1938 WPA Rural Inventory, and Centennial Farms.



Tuesday, May 19
Game Show Night
Downtown Farmington Library - 23500 Liberty St, Farmington MI 48335
End-of-season fun at the Farmington Genealogical Society.