Special Event! Learn Spanish Genealogy From an Expert
Jan
9
9:00 AM09:00

Special Event! Learn Spanish Genealogy From an Expert

  • Palmetto Electric Community Building (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Learn Spanish Genealogy from a pro!

Lourdes del Pino is an Industrial Engineer with a Master’s degree in Management Engineering. She is also First vice-President of the Cuban Genealogy Club of Miami and a Florida Pioneer Descendant (Certified in 2014). She is a descendant of Juan de Junco and Juan Ramírez de Contreras, early settlers of Santa Elena, a mother of two, and an avid genealogist.

This is an all-day workshop covering research techniques and sources from the pre-1560 era to modern times. Attendees must have previous genealogy research experience.

Price is $25 for Heritage Library members, and $30 for non-members, and includes lunch.

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Irish Genealogy Essentials
Jan
23
12:30 PM12:30

Irish Genealogy Essentials

Location: USCB, Office Park Road, Hilton Head

Tracing your Irish and Scots Irish ancestors can be exhausting and frustrating, but the ‘hunt’ can lead to exciting discoveries along the way.  We will cover toics such as land divisions & the importance of discovering your ancestor’s “townland”; the 1901 & 1911 census, 19th century fragments & pre-1800 census substitutes; Griffith’s Valuation and tithe applotment books;  the Ulster Plantation; where and how to access church, civil & workshouse records; on-line records, websites and the resources available in Ireland at PRONI and the National Archives of Ireland.

We will end with shared stories and knowledge/insights gained from your research. Come join us and celebrate your Irish heritage!

Presented by Barbara Friis
Heritage Library Volunteer

$15 for Heritage Library members; $20 for non-members

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How to Use FamilySearch.org
Jan
30
12:30 PM12:30

How to Use FamilySearch.org

FamilySearch.org is free, and is one of the most heavily used genealogy sites on the internet. Millions of the records on Family Search can’t be found in the normal Search function. You will be instructed how to access often overlooked genealogical records.

Presented by Shelley Block
Heritage Library Member

Wednesday, January 30,2019

$15 for Members; $20 for Non-Members

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BEAUFORT: Genealogy 101
Jan
31
1:00 PM13:00

BEAUFORT: Genealogy 101

  • Heritage Library Beaufort Branch (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

If you are just starting family research, this class is for you!  Some people have very specific reasons for tracing their family tree.  Others jump into family history research without giving it much thought.  Knowing why people research their ancestors can be a source of inspiration and support for genealogists…Genealogy can provide a doorway to the past.  This workshop introduces the first-time family researcher to the fascinating field of genealogy.  Its unique nomenclature, and suggested research technique and avenues.  It may also be of value to researchers with limited experience who wish to refresh their skills.

Presented by Amanda Hughes

$12 for Heritage Library members; $15 for non-members

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Don’t Just Wander! Tips for Better Searching
Feb
6
12:30 PM12:30

Don’t Just Wander! Tips for Better Searching

Do you enter a name into Ancestry.com or FamilySearch.org and just hope to find something? Do you know how to effectively use Google for genealogy research? This class focuses on some ways to improve your chances of finding what you need using search engines so you do not just wander. Special emphasis will be on using Ancestry.com powerful search and Google, but the tips are also applicable to other search engines.

Presented by Carol Clemens
Heritage Library Member

Wednesday, February 6, 2019

$15 for Members; $20 for Non-Members

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BEAUFORT: African American Genealogy
Feb
7
1:00 PM13:00

BEAUFORT: African American Genealogy

  • Heritage Library Beaufort Branch (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This class is designed to offer techniques and resources of special interest to those researching African-American family history. The class begins by describing the methods basic to all family research regardless of ethnicity. It then offers suggestions for moving beyond the 1870 brick wall which complicates most African American research. Examples will highlight resources found in Beaufort County but will be of value to anyone looking for African-American ancestors as the nation celebrates African American History Month this February!

Presented by Amanda Hughes

$12 for Heritage Library members; $15 for non-members

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Beginning Family Research
Feb
13
12:30 PM12:30

Beginning Family Research

Newcomers to the fascinating field of genealogy will learn research techniques to start and develop their family trees.  Topics include how to start tracing your roots, where to find information, what pitfalls to avoid, developing good research habits, and preserving your work. The course is also of value for those with limited experience who want to refresh their skills.  Handouts will be given to assist participants in their research.

Presented by Joyce Kelleher
Heritage Library Volunteer

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

$15 for Members; $20 for Non-Members

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BEAUFORT: Autosomal DNA - Make the Most of Your Results
Feb
14
1:00 PM13:00

BEAUFORT: Autosomal DNA - Make the Most of Your Results

  • Heritage Library Beaufort Branch (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Have you tested your autosomal DNA? Learn how to make the most of your results!

If you have tested your autosomal DNA with Ancestry, Family Tree DNA, or 23andme, this lecture is for you. Jan Alpert will review all three websites with suggestions for contacting cousins and analyzing your DNA results. She will also show you how to download your results to www.gedmatch.com and find matches from the other sites with whom you have not tested. She will provide examples of triangulation or "circles" on Ancestry and how those are your most important matches. The course is for people who have already tested their autosomal DNA.

Presented by Jan Alpert
Heritage Library Volunteer

$12 for Heritage Library members; $15 for non-members

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Mackiev Family Tree Maker 2017 is Here! So Get With the Program!
Feb
20
12:30 PM12:30

Mackiev Family Tree Maker 2017 is Here! So Get With the Program!

Are you researching and saving your info on scraps of paper, posting your tree on-line at Ancestry.com, or doing nothing with your research? If so, this class if for you! None of the above will allow you to prepare, print out, or easily share a nice, polished, genealogy product. You need genealogy software such as Mackiev’s Family Tree Maker 2017. Topics covered include the following:

Basics of entering data; linking data for various individuals in a family; adding photos; understanding the various views; adding on-line info directly to the tree without retyping or copying it; basics of preparing, printing, and sharing basic charts and reports. There will be examples displayed of what you can create with this powerful software.  The class also is appropriate for those who are not using any software and are trying to decide what to use. 

Requirements: While you may bring your laptop, you will be asked to close down before the class starts.  You will get lost and unfairly slow down the class if you are trying to actually do the tasks while they are being covered.

Presented by Carol Clemens
Heritage Library Member

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

$15 for Members; $20 for Non-Members

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German Genealogy, Part II
Feb
27
12:30 PM12:30

German Genealogy, Part II

Are you ready to attack German records to locate your ancestors? Learn how to successfully utilize Meyers Gazeteer and town lineage books to locate your relatives. Find where you ancestors' church parish records are kept. Explore military records of German ancestors starting in 1848 until WWII and/or search among 'Missing People" records. Discover a wealth of records online about your German Jewish ancestors. Find online resources to connect with your German-speaking ancestors from areas of Eastern Europe and Russia. Then connect with area German-American clubs to make new friends and enjoy a real OktoberFest!

Presented by Barbara Friis
Heritage Library Volunteer

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

$15 for Members; $20 for Non-Members

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BEAUFORT: HeritageQuest
Feb
28
1:00 PM13:00

BEAUFORT: HeritageQuest

  • Heritage Library Beaufort Branch (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Heritage Quest is a family history database that includes some of what Ancestry has to offer and more. It includes direct links to: wills and probates; immigration records; public records; Revolutionary War Pensions; Freedman's Bank records; historical maps, and Land Records. It can be accessible from outside the library for premier members as well as new/renewed members of the HL after September 1st. Come see what this program has to offer!

Presented by Susan Dobbs
Heritage Library Volunteer

$12 for Heritage Library members; $15 for non-members

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HeritageQuest Online
Mar
6
12:30 PM12:30

HeritageQuest Online

Heritage Quest is a family history database that includes some of what Ancestry has to offer and more.  It includes direct links to:  wills and probates, immigration records, public records, Revolutionary War Pensions, Freedman’s Bank records, historical maps, and Land Records.  For Heritage Library premier members as well as new/renewed members after September 1st, it can be accessed from outside the library.  Some see what this program has to offer.

Presented by Susan Dobbs
Heritage Library Volunteer

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

$15 Members; $20 Non-Members


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BEAUFORT: Irish Genealogy
Mar
7
1:00 PM13:00

BEAUFORT: Irish Genealogy

Tracing your Irish and Scots Irish ancestors can be exhausting and frustrating but the 'hunt' can lead to exciting discoveries along the way. We will cover topics such as: land divisions and the importance of discovering your ancestor's "townland"; the 1901 & 1911 census, 19th century fragments and pre-1800 census substitutes; Griffith's Valuation and tithe applotment books; the Ulster Plantation; where and how to access church, civil and workhouse records; on-line records, websites and the resources available in Ireland at PRONI and the National Archives of Ireland. We will end with shared stories and knowledge/insights gained from your research. Come join us and celebrate your Irish heritage!

Presented by Barbara Friis
Heritage Library Volunteer

$12 for Heritage Library members; $15 for non-members

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Autosomal DNA - Make the Most of Your Results
Mar
20
12:30 PM12:30

Autosomal DNA - Make the Most of Your Results

Have you tested your autosomal DNA:  Learn how to make the most of your results!

If you have tested your autosomal DNA with Ancestry, Family Tree DNA, or 23andme, this lecture is for you.  Jan Alpert will review all three websites with suggestions for contacting cousins and analyzing your DNA results.  She will also show you how to download your results to www.gedmatch.com and find matches from the other sites with whom you have not tested.  She will provide examples of triangulation or "circles" on Ancestry and how those are your most important matches.  The course is for people who have already tested their autosomal DNA.

Presented by Jan Alpert
Heritage Library Volunteer

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

$15 for Members; $20 for Non-Members

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Battle of Ft. Pulaski
Nov
27
10:30 AM10:30

Battle of Ft. Pulaski

It was considered an impregnable fortress, guarding the entrance to Savannah’s harbor. But during the Battle of Fort Pulaski, Union Forces accomplished the impossible, forcing the surrender of the previously invincible fort. Here you’ll learn the tactics they used to achieve this unlikely victory.

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Historic Bike Tour
Nov
21
10:00 AM10:00

Historic Bike Tour

Learn about Hilton Head Island's history of Native Americans, Civil War, Reconstruction, Fishing and Farming and the Gullah Culture.  

Meet at the Hilton Head Island Community Park, 137 Squire Pope Road (Sailing and Rowing Center). Bring your own bike. Helmets required.  

Admission is $15 per adult, $10 per child (ages 10 and up only) with your own bikes, or $25 per adult and $20 per child if we provide the bikes.

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The Story of Santa Elena
Nov
20
10:30 AM10:30

The Story of Santa Elena

At the crossroads of Colonial America, Santa Elena has witnessed the march of history. Founded in 1566, before Jamestown or Plymouth, this little-known settlement served as the first capital for Spanish colonization of the new world. Its story mirrors that of early America; its religion, geopolitics, cultural clashes, war and struggles.

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Zion Living History Tours
Nov
16
10:00 AM10:00

Zion Living History Tours

  • Zion Cemetery & Baynard Mausoleum Historic Site (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hear an on-site presentation about the oldest existing building on the island and the planter's antebellum church and cemetery. Meet one of the "residents" of the cemetery who will tell you about their life on Hilton Head Island. Tours held Fridays at 10am.

Located at the corner of Mathews Drive and William Hilton Parkway.  Access from Mathews Drive. Entry tickets are required.

Admission is $15 per adult and $10 per child ages 7-12. Ticket is required for entry.

To register, call the Heritage Library at 843-686-6560 

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Tour Historic Fort Mitchel
Nov
15
10:00 AM10:00

Tour Historic Fort Mitchel

Tour this historic Civil War earthwork battery with an experienced guide.

Fort Mitchell is located inside Hilton Head Plantation at 65 Skull Creek Drive, Hilton Head Island, SC, 29926. When entering the plantation, please ask the guard for a pass to Fort Mitchel. The guard will ask for a valid ID. 

Admission is $15 per adult and $10 per child ages 7-12. Ticket is required for entry. Tours are held every Thursday at 10AM.

To register, call the Heritage Library at 843-686-6560 

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Historic Bike Tour
Nov
14
10:00 AM10:00

Historic Bike Tour

Learn about Hilton Head Island's history of Native Americans, Civil War, Reconstruction, Fishing and Farming and the Gullah Culture.  

Meet at the Hilton Head Island Community Park, 137 Squire Pope Road (Sailing and Rowing Center). Bring your own bike. Helmets required.  

Admission is $15 per adult, $10 per child (ages 10 and up only) with your own bikes, or $25 per adult and $20 per child if we provide the bikes.

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General Mitchel and Reconstruction
Nov
13
10:30 AM10:30

General Mitchel and Reconstruction

The name of General Ormsby Mitchel lives on through two island sites that were named for him: Fort Mitchel and Mitchelville, the community he founded for slaves that had not yet been emancipated.  Learn about the man behind the name, his early life and military career, and how his legacy impacted the era of Reconstruction.

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Zion Living History Tours
Nov
9
10:00 AM10:00

Zion Living History Tours

  • Zion Cemetery & Baynard Mausoleum Historic Site (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hear an on-site presentation about the oldest existing building on the island and the planter's antebellum church and cemetery. Meet one of the "residents" of the cemetery who will tell you about their life on Hilton Head Island. Tours held Fridays at 10am.

Located at the corner of Mathews Drive and William Hilton Parkway.  Access from Mathews Drive. Entry tickets are required.

Admission is $15 per adult and $10 per child ages 7-12. Ticket is required for entry. 

To register, call the Heritage Library at 843-686-6560 

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Heritage Library History Forum; The Revolutionary War in the Lowcountry
Nov
9
10:00 AM10:00

Heritage Library History Forum; The Revolutionary War in the Lowcountry

A Day-long forum presenting speakers (listed below) on topics pertaining to the archaeology and history of Beaufort County during the Revolutionary War

The admission fee of $65 includes

  • Continental breakfast

  • Snacks and beverages throughout the day

  • Buffet lunch

  • Lunchtime speaker, Rich Thomas, Heritage Library, The History of the 2nd Militia in the Beaufort District

  • Late afternoon wine and hors d’oeuvres reception at Zion Chapel of Ease Cemetery with opportunity to meet individually with conference speakers.

Speakers:

Dr. J. Brent Morris - Keynote Speaker: Associate Professor of History and Humanities Dept. Chair, University of South Carolina Beaufort; The Southern Campaign: The Conflict that Turned the Tide of the American Revolution

Jim Jordan - Author and History Lecturer; The Battles of Savannah, 1778 and 1779

Douglas W. Bostic - Executive Director and CEO of the South Carolina Battleground Preservation Trust; Purrysburg in the Revolutionary War: American Headquarters and Battlefield

Rich Thomas - Heritage Library Board Member and History Department Lecturer; The Beaufort District Militia and HHI’s Bloody Legion in the Revolution

David Reuwer - David works as an attorney and serves as Municipal Judge of the Town
of Elgin, but his avocation is to save and interpret Revolutionary War battlefields in the southern states, serving on the boards of the SC Battleground Preservation Trust and Historic Camden Foundation. The Battle of Port Royal Island

Dr. Donald Wright - Distinguished Teaching Professor of History, Emeritus, at SUNY-Cortland, where he taught African, African-American, and world history for 31 years. Slavery and the Slave Trade in the Lowcounytry during the Revolutionary War

Mr. Frank Genello - Master Craftsman and owner of the American Building Restoration Company; Restoration of the Baynard Mausoleum

Dr. Matt Sanger - Assistant Professor. Binghamton University; Archaeology Studies at the Zion Cemetery

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Tour Historic Fort Mitchel
Nov
8
10:00 AM10:00

Tour Historic Fort Mitchel

Tour this historic Civil War earthwork battery with an experienced guide.

Fort Mitchell is located inside Hilton Head Plantation at 65 Skull Creek Drive, Hilton Head Island, SC, 29926. When entering the plantation, please ask the guard for a pass to Fort Mitchel. The guard will ask for a valid ID. 

Admission is $15 per adult and $10 per child ages 7-12. Ticket is required for entry. Tours are held every Thursday at 10AM.

To register, call the Heritage Library at 843-686-6560 

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Help Session for Family Tree Maker
Nov
7
10:30 AM10:30

Help Session for Family Tree Maker

Are you currently using MacKiev Family Tree Maker 2017?  Do you have questions?  Need a review of how to work with specific parts of this software?  Join us for a help session.  Feel free to bring your laptop and your questions and we will try to get you on track.  If you want to be certain your question is answered in writing, e-mail: cclemens318@gmail.com no later than 2 weeks before the class and she will try to include it in the class handout.
This class is for those using FTM 2017 who have attended at least one of the basic classes on the program.  This is NOT an introductory class.  Please bring previous class handouts on FTM 2017 with you as a reference
 

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Historic Bike Tour
Nov
7
10:00 AM10:00

Historic Bike Tour

Learn about Hilton Head Island's history of Native Americans, Civil War, Reconstruction, Fishing and Farming and the Gullah Culture.  

Meet at the Hilton Head Island Community Park, 137 Squire Pope Road (Sailing and Rowing Center). Bring your own bike. Helmets required.  

Admission is $15 per adult, $10 per child (ages 10 and up only) with your own bikes, or $25 per adult and $20 per child if we provide the bikes.

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Zion Living History Tours
Nov
2
10:00 AM10:00

Zion Living History Tours

  • Zion Cemetery & Baynard Mausoleum Historic Site (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hear an on-site presentation about the oldest existing building on the island and the planter's antebellum church and cemetery. Meet one of the "residents" of the cemetery who will tell you about their life on Hilton Head Island. Tours held Fridays at 10am.

Located at the corner of Mathews Drive and William Hilton Parkway.  Access from Mathews Drive. Entry tickets are required.

Admission is $15 per adult and $10 per child ages 7-12. Ticket is required for entry.

To register, call the Heritage Library at 843-686-6560 

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BEAUFORT: Looking for German Ancestors?
Nov
1
10:30 AM10:30

BEAUFORT: Looking for German Ancestors?

Were your German ancestors really German?  A unified nation called Germany did not exist until 1871, so you may have to extend your search to include Dutch, Danish, and Polish records.  Learn how to identify your ancestor’s “Heimat” and discover the importance of the “Ortsippenbuch”.  Identify resources that will help you further your research beyond Ancestry.com.  Compare German “Fraktur” to modern handwriting as a helpful tool for translating documents.  A packet including a brief German history, historical maps, German genealogy terms, occupations, “Fraktur” charts, German family history websites and a bibliography will be distributed to all participants.

Advance registration (by following the link below) is strongly recommended.

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Tour Historic Fort Mitchel
Nov
1
10:00 AM10:00

Tour Historic Fort Mitchel

Tour this historic Civil War earthwork battery with an experienced guide.

Fort Mitchell is located inside Hilton Head Plantation at 65 Skull Creek Drive, Hilton Head Island, SC, 29926. When entering the plantation, please ask the guard for a pass to Fort Mitchel. The guard will ask for a valid ID. 

Admission is $15 per adult and $10 per child ages 7-12. Ticket is required for entry. Tours are held every Thursday at 10AM.

To register, call the Heritage Library at 843-686-6560 

OR

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Getting the Most From the Census
Oct
31
1:30 PM13:30

Getting the Most From the Census

This class takes a look at all the census records from 1790 through 1940, the last census available to the public at this time.  Learn what happened to the 1890 census and what is happening locally to recreate in part that census.  There is much to be learned from census records if you just know how to utilize them to your best advantage!

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Historic Bike Tour
Oct
31
10:00 AM10:00

Historic Bike Tour

Learn about Hilton Head Island's history of Native Americans, Civil War, Reconstruction, Fishing and Farming and the Gullah Culture.  

Meet at the Hilton Head Island Community Park, 137 Squire Pope Road (Sailing and Rowing Center). Bring your own bike. Helmets required.  

Admission is $15 per adult, $10 per child (ages 10 and up only) with your own bikes, or $25 per adult and $20 per child if we provide the bikes.

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Ghosts & Myths of HIlton Head Island
Oct
26
to Oct 28

Ghosts & Myths of HIlton Head Island

  • Zion Chapel of Ease Cemetery (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Experience the chills of the paranormal stories of Hilton Head Island as we bring to life Lydia Davant, Andrew Baynard, Cap’n Jack Stoney, Mary Kirk, Paulson Schwarzer and William Eddings Baynard. Witness the Hilton Head Island of the 18th and 19th centuries through their eyes on a journey beyond the cemetery gates. Hear rsthand the ghost stories about the Harbour Town Lighthouse, The Baynard Funeral Procession and the Blue Lady of Hilton Head Island.

Friday and Saturday 7:00 and 8:30; Sunday 7:00 only

Not recommended for children under 10 years old.

Corner of 278 & Mathews Drive

$15 per person; Reservations Required

 

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Zion Living History Tours
Oct
26
10:00 AM10:00

Zion Living History Tours

  • Zion Cemetery & Baynard Mausoleum Historic Site (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Hear an on-site presentation about the oldest existing building on the island and the planter's antebellum church and cemetery. Meet one of the "residents" of the cemetery who will tell you about their life on Hilton Head Island. Tours held Fridays at 10am.

Located at the corner of Mathews Drive and William Hilton Parkway.  Access from Mathews Drive. Entry tickets are required.

Admission is $15 per adult and $10 per child ages 7-12. Ticket is required for entry.

To register, call the Heritage Library at 843-686-6560 

OR

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BEAUFORT: HeritageQuest Online
Oct
25
10:30 AM10:30

BEAUFORT: HeritageQuest Online

Heritage Quest is a family history database that includes some of what Ancestry has to offer and more.  It includes direct links to:  wills and probates, immigration records, public records, Revolutionary War Pensions, Freedman's Bank records, historical maps, and Land Records.  It can be accessible from outside the library for premier members as well as new/renewed members of the HL after September 1st.  Come see what this program has to offer.

Advance registration (by following the link below) is strongly recommended.

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Tour Historic Fort Mitchel
Oct
25
10:00 AM10:00

Tour Historic Fort Mitchel

Tour this historic Civil War earthwork battery with an experienced guide.

Fort Mitchell is located inside Hilton Head Plantation at 65 Skull Creek Drive, Hilton Head Island, SC, 29926. When entering the plantation, please ask the guard for a pass to Fort Mitchel. The guard will ask for a valid ID. 

Admission is $15 per adult and $10 per child ages 7-12. Ticket is required for entry. Tours are held every Thursday at 10AM.

To register, call the Heritage Library at 843-686-6560 

OR

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HeritageQuest Online
Oct
24
10:30 AM10:30

HeritageQuest Online

Heritage Quest is a family history database that includes some of what Ancestry has to offer and more.  It includes direct links to:  wills and probates, immigration records, public records, Revolutionary War Pensions, Freedman's Bank records, historical maps, and Land Records.  It can be accessible from outside the library for premier members as well as new/renewed members of the HL after September 1st.  Come see what this program has to offer.

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Historic Bike Tour
Oct
24
10:00 AM10:00

Historic Bike Tour

Learn about Hilton Head Island's history of Native Americans, Civil War, Reconstruction, Fishing and Farming and the Gullah Culture.  

Meet at the Hilton Head Island Community Park, 137 Squire Pope Road (Sailing and Rowing Center). Bring your own bike. Helmets required.  

Admission is $15 per adult, $10 per child (ages 10 and up only) with your own bikes, or $25 per adult and $20 per child if we provide the bikes.

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Sea Pines 1950-1983
Oct
23
10:30 AM10:30

Sea Pines 1950-1983

The modern era of Hilton Head Island’s history began when Charles Fraser began developing Sea Pines from timber land owned by his family. Learn about how our island’s destiny was shaped by Fraser’s vision from those early days up to the incorporation of the Town of Hilton Head in 1983.

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BEAUFORT: Making Sense of the Census
Oct
20
10:30 AM10:30

BEAUFORT: Making Sense of the Census

Do you deduce everything you should out of the census records?  Trace your family tree every ten years from 1790 to 1940 and see the wonderful things you can learn about them.  The lecture will review the information which is unique in each census year and why it is important to find your family in every census including 1940 and those before 1850.  The experience level is beginner through intermediate.

Advance registration (by following the link below) is strongly recommended.

 

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