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AAHGS 
Greater Richmond
2019
Meetings & Workshops:

Location
Richmond Public Library  
101 East Franklin St. Richmond VA 23219

Meeting
 Dates:
  Sat. January 26
  Sat. March 30
  Sat. May 18
  Sat. July 27
  Sat. September 28
  Sat. November  2 -     Annual Business   meeting
Time: 
10:30 am to 12:30 pm

Genealogy Workshop 
Dates:
  Sat. February 23          Sat. April 27
  Sat. June 29
  Sat. August 31
  Sat. October 26
  Sat. December 28
Time: 
  1:00 pm to 3:00 pm
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Family
Genealogy 
Your pathway 
to the past ...
The Greater Richmond, Virginia Chapter 
strives to be at the vanguard of providing expert assistance, important historical context, accurate data, and the ability to use research skills and techniques to further the field of scholarly genealogy.
Your gateway to the future ...
Our mailing address:
AAHGS--Greater Richmond, VA Chapter
PO Box 27833
Richmond, VA 23261 
Email: aahgsrichmond@gmail.com

Contact Us
Find valuable Genealogy web links on our National site:
 Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society, Inc.
AFRO-AMERICAN HISTORICAL & GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY, 2019 CONVENTION
#AAHGS2019​
OCTOBER 10-12, 2019
COLLEGE PARK, MARYLAND
Conference information
The Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society (AAHGS) wishes to call attention to the arrival of the first documented Africans in North America on August 25th in 1619, at Point Comfort in Virginia.
And to record the historic contributions and achievements of Americans of African descent over a four hundred year period.

Download the AAHGS 400th Commemoration Legacy Booklet
AAHGS Greater Richmond
Meeting on Saturday May 18 
 Karen Sherry, the Curator of Exhibitions at Virginia Museum of History & Culture will speak
on the upcoming exhibition. 
 'Determined: the 400-year struggle for Black equality'