Join genealogy societies and libraries from Western Pennsylvania for help with your research and information about their collections. Workshops will help beginners and experts alike with speakers discussing a variety of research topics.
11 am: “Family Tree Basics” with Marilyn Holt
12 pm: “Researching Pittsburgh Orphanages” with James Wudarczyk
2 pm: DNA & Genealogy with Ray Jones
Brick Wall Help Sessions
We are offering a limited number of individual help session to help you break through your genealogical brick wall. These sessions must be reserved in advance so researchers understand your questions and what you are trying to solve. These sessions are first-come, first-serve. Please visit Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh’s web site to register.
Exhibitors will be open from 11 am to 4pm. Stop by and learn more about their programs and resources, and how they can help you with your family history research:
- Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society, Pittsburgh
- Detre Library & Archives, Heinz History Center, Pittsburgh
- Allegheny Cemetery, Pittsburgh
- Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society, Pittsburgh
- North Hills Genealogists, Wexford
- Pittsburgh Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, Pittsburgh
- Jewish Genealogy Society of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh
- Andrew Carnegie Free Library, Carnegie
- Cranberry Genealogy Club, Cranberry
- Genealogy & Local History Department, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
- Davis * Camp, Pennsylvania Department, Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War, Pittsburgh
- Society of Mayflower Descendants in Pennsylvania
Parking is available in the garage behind the Library and Carnegie Museums for $10 (enter at the intersection of Forbes Avenue & South Craig Street. Street parking around the library is free on Sundays.