Our presenter will be Carol Buswell who has been the Education Specialist for the National Archives at Seattle for the past 10 years, which holds 41,000 cubic feet of permanently valuable Federal Government documents from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Alaska. She also has worked as a sixth grade teacher, published author, public speaker, small scale publisher, and bookstore owner. She writes and speaks about the National Archives, American Indian history, genealogy, and topics in Education. She holds degrees in Elementary Education, Fine Arts, and American Indian Studies.
You will be given the opportunity to look at copies of NARA documents and discover secrets for finding them at the Archives itself, in the Online Catalog, and in other online resouces.
Topics will include a deeper look at the U.S. Census plus Immigration, Naturalization, and Depression Era records.