Thursday, May 16, 2019

905. Immigration Research At the Brownsburg Library, June 4

[I'm looking forward to presenting this supremely American research topic!]


Brownsburg Branches Genealogy Group

“Our Golden Door: Introduction to Immigration”

Presenter: Ron Darrah

Date: June 4, 2019

Time:  1:00-2:00

Location: Brownsburg Public Library, Meeting Room B



(NOTE: Remember due to construction our location may be subject to change.  Upon arrival, please check with the Circulation Desk if needed.)

Light refreshment will be provided.



If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.  I look forward to having you there!

Linda K. Cook M.S.Ed.

Information Services/ Local History

Digital Archivist/Indiana Memory Collection

Brownsburg Public Library

450 S. Jefferson Street

Brownsburg, IN 46112


Monday, April 29, 2019

904. Indy Historical Marker Working On Funding

There is a funding project underway to recognize an early Indianapolis medical pioneer. Go to GoFundMe and kick in a few bucks. It's amazing how many Indy historical figures have been overlooked by the "Power Clique." Us common folks can change some of that!


Sunday, February 17, 2019

902. Anyone know of Stephen's Cafe, Indianapolis, 1945-48?


Gloria Durland Slater
Gloria
I'm looking for information about a restaurant called Stephen's Cafe. I have photos of employees posing outside on the sidewalk, you can clearly see the name on the bldg and that it was a corner bldg. The yr would likely have been abt 1945-48. My mom was a wait see there. Wondering if any family of owners or other employees are still around? This is a long shot! Thanks,

From Gloria Durland Slater

Monday, February 4, 2019

901. African American Life and History

I attended the Black Migrations program (see previous post) and had a really good time. I learned some perspectives on American history that were from a different direction. Nichelle Hayes put together a great program; Professor Conley was outstanding. As a follow up to that program, some black genealogists might be interested in the group below that is just starting up in the Indy area.


Friday, January 25, 2019

900. Indianapolis Public Library Features Black Migration Feb. 2nd

Black History Month in Indy gets off to a good start with this presentation. This migration pattern changed the U.S. forever. Check it out at the Central Library.


Monday, January 21, 2019

899. Mapping Session At IHS February 9th

This Indianapolis Mapping Workshop at the Historical Society looks interesting...and it's FREE! Maybe a good indoor activity for a winter day.