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AFGS Building Added to National Register of Historic Places
The Rhode Island Historical Preservation and Heritage Commission has announced that the National Park Service has added the former First Universalist Church, now the American-French Genealogical Society’s Franco-American Heritage Center, to the National Register of Historic Places.
The National Register is the Federal Government’s official list of properties throughout the United States whose historical and architectural significance makes them worthy of preservation. The church sold the property to the AFGS in 2007.
Video recordings of lectures presented at AFGS are posted on the Members-Only site. Members wishing to view the recordings should log in and look under the education heading. Click on the video lectures and select the recording you wish to view.
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AFGS is an all-volunteer non-profit organization. As such we look to members who have specific skills who are willing to help the society maintain its excellent standing as a premier genealogical and historical organization. Many volunteers from around the country are working from home on a variety of projects. You need not live locally or visit the society to make a difference.
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Hessian Marriages in Quebec
Download an index of Hessian marriages in Quebec (PDF) (Referred to in the January-March 2018 Je Me Souviens)