Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy

21/1/2005

Would You Like to Visit the National Archives of Scotland?

During 2005 the National Archives of Scotland (NAS) will be hosting a regular programme of talks on the history and resources of the NAS, with particular emphasis on sources for family and local history research.

These talks will include guidance on using NAS catalogues, both paper and electronic, and give examples of related websites. They are aimed both at new customers and existing readers wishing to extend their research interests. There will be an opportunity to ask questions.
Where and When?
Talks will take place at our historic headquarters building, General Register House,
2 Princes Street, Edinburgh. They will run from 4.30pm – 6.00pm on the first
Tuesday of each month beginning on 1 February 2005. The talks are free of charge.
We can offer a maximum of 15 places per talk. Groups and individuals are welcome
to attend.
Programme
1 February 2005
1 March 2005
5 April 2005
3 May 2005
7 June 2005
5 July 2005
2 August 2005
6 September 2005
4 October 2005
1 November 2005
6 December 2005
How Do I Book?
Advance booking is essential. Please contact: TrainingandDevelopment@nas.gov.uk
or telephone: 0131 314 4274.
Talks and Visits for Groups in Further and Higher Education
We can offer a limited number of specialised talks/workshops for groups of
undergraduates and postgraduates. For details of these, please contact:
education@nas.gov.uk or telephone 0131 535 1340.
School Visits
For information on school visits, please contact our Education Officer at
education@nas.gov.uk or telephone 0131 535 1340.

Source-National Archives of Scotland

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