Genealogy & Local History
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Publishing Your Genealogical Writing Panel
Posted by susanmayer on 09/22/16
You’ve worked hard on getting your genealogy research together. What’s next? Come hear our three panelists, Mike Karsen, Teresa McMillin and Steve Szabados, tell their journeys of taking their research into a published book or article. If you have been wondering about how to self-publish your research, you are sure to come away with new ideas and clarity. The panel will be held in the Cardinal Room Saturday October 8 from 1 – 3 pm. Register online at www.ahml.info
or by calling 847-392-0100.
The Kathrine Shackley Room for Local History and Genealogy (located on the first floor) includes:
- Books, periodicals, newspapers, maps, and access to several online databases
- An extensive microfilm collection
- Local church records
- Various Arlington High School yearbooks
- Information on the subdivisions, people, places and events of Arlington Heights
- Three microform readers with print capability.
- Two readers have the additional capability to email or save images to a flash drive.
- Readers can be used to read personal microfilm or microfiche.
(Arlington Heights Memorial Library cardholders Only)
- Local history databases
- Clio (available in the library): Digital genealogy books and county histories from several Midwest and Eastern states.