Mount Vernon Genealogical Society - Founded 1991
Founded 1991

1500 Shenandoah Road
Alexandria, Virginia 22308
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MVGS 2021 Annual Conference!

 
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Library Catalog Always Online!

The Mount Vernon Genealogical Society Library Catalog is now online as an interactive application. 
 
You now have access to all the information in our library holdings from anywhere you have internet connectivity. A number of features, not found in the index system previously online, are now available to members and the public. Searches by “Subject”, “Location” and “Media Type” can now be made on almost 2800 holdings in the library. Further searches can then be done on “Title”, “Author” and “Call Number”. Once the desired list of records is found they can be “printed” to a PDF document by clicking on the “PDF List” icon. 
 

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NARA Guides
NARA Guides
  VIRTUAL TOUR OF MVGS RESEARCH CENTER
VIRTUAL TOUR OF MVGS RESEARCH CENTER
 
HIGHLIGHTS
MEMBERSHIP RENEWALS
The online renewal page is found in the Members Only section. You must login and go to your profile to renew online. Please do not use the "Join Us" page if you are already a member.

EVENTS
October 19
French North American Research
  Presenter: Daniel Lilienkamp, JD   Description: The population of New France was much smaller than that of the English Colonies in North America, but its vast territorial expanse left imprints from the Atlantic Ocean to the Rocky Mountains and from the ...
October 23
"Tell It Like It Was!" - MVGS' 5th Annual Genealogy Conference
Information and Registration 
October 28
Family Tree Maker - Beginner's Class - NEW DATE
INSTRUCTOR:  CHUCK GEARHART   This class will only be held if HHSC is open; it will not be offered via Zoom.        Class will cover Getting Started, Entering Media and Data, and Maintaining and Sharing Your Tree.  This ...
November 9
A Focus on Virginia Records and Research [new title but same class]
INSTRUCTOR:  SHARON HODGES   Information specific and unique to researching Virginia ancestors, understanding Virginia history, and using Virginia repositories.  Learn about the state and county court systems during the time of your ancestors, the types of records created by those ...
November 16
Migration Trails West
  Presenter:  Jacob Eubanks, Associate Librarian at St. Louis County Library, St. Louis, MO   Description: This talk looks at colonial migration patterns west - examining possible routes individuals might have taken to migrate from east to west. The focus will be on ...