The Doña Ana County Genealogical Society's Executive Committee has voted to suspend our monthly Society meetings scheduled for May 13th due to concerns about the spread of the Coronavirus.
The Executive Committee will meet again in late May to consider options for future meetings.
Please check here to learn when we will resume these meetings.
Family Tree Magazine, Mar/Apr 2020, Free Download
Member suggested activities/resources available during these unique times
• RootsTech 2020 videos are now available online for free. Click here.
• Lisa Louise Cooke in this week's "Elevenses with Lisa" show (live on YouTube this Thursday, April 30, 2020, at 11:00 am Central, and then available as a video replay) will explain how she organizes her genealogy STUFF! You can see it by clicking here.
• Did you miss Dorothy Wray's presentation in January about how she has created three books about different branches of her family tree? It was an information loaded presentation with plenty of "How to . . . " and is now available here on the web site. Just click here to see the written version of her presentation.• Amy Johnson Crow has posted a new podcast about the Spanish Flu and its impact on families. It may help answer some questions or give additional clues for research for genealogists. Some sobering outcomes are discussed. Connect to the podcast here.
• Does Social Distancing work? Check out this very brief article about results of the Spanish Flu in Saint Louis and Philadelphia, two cities which handled the threat very differently and had very different outcomes. Click here.
Presenters at our 2020 Meetings
The Doña Ana County Genealogical Society (DACGS) was organized in January 2008.
Our mission is to meet the genealogical needs of our members and the general public through the acquisition, preservation, and dissemination of genealogical and historical information.