N.C. Government and Heritage Library Hosts “From Rogachev to Raleigh: Discovering Immigrant Roots” Oct. 10

 “From Rogachev to Raleigh: Discovering Immigrant Roots,”

Learn how librarian Barbara Freedman uncovered her immigrant roots from Rogachev, Belarus – and found some surprises along the way – during “From Rogachev to Raleigh: Discovering Immigrant Roots,” a free program hosted by the North Carolina Government and Heritage Library, 109 E. Jones St., Raleigh, Oct. 10 at 2 p.m.

Ms. Freedman will discuss the genealogical resources and methodologies she used to make her discoveries and offer guidance for attendees to use them in their own research.  

The program is part of “Becoming American,” a series of documentary screenings, discussions, and programs exploring and celebrating America's immigration history presented by Wake County Public Libraries. To learn more about “Becoming American,” visit wakegov.com/libraries.

For more information, visit https://statelibrary.ncdcr.gov or call (919) 807-7450.

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