The Genealogical Society of Broward County (GSBC) welcomes you to our website. Our efforts are dedicated to helping others in their search of family genealogy and history.
Sunday, December 6th
The Caribbean is one of the more complex areas of the world to trace and document ancestors when doing genealogy research. In this presentation you will learn more about Caribbean history, what island resources are available and how to access different sources of information including colonial records. The focus will be on British and American Caribbean research.
Presented by Nora Quinlan
Director of Reference and Instructional Library Services
Alvin Sherman Library / Nova Southeastern University
12:00 Noon to 4:00 pm
Alvin Sherman Library
The Genealogical Society of Broward County will meet on Sunday, December 6th with an open lab from 12:00 Noon until 1:00 pm followed by a general meeting and program. The meeting will be held at NSU's Alvin Sherman Library, 2nd floor, Lab A.
Coming up in January.......
Sunday, January 10, 2016
Presenter: Diahan Southard
While we continue to develop new and exciting areas to explore we currently offer the following:
- A friendly and enthusiastic group who are eager to build our Society and assist you in researching your family history
- Computer lab - computers available for research and assistance prior to the meeting, beginning at 12 noon
- Monthly Programs of interest to the group
Explore our menu on the left of the web page to see all of the different things GSBC brings to both its members and all who may come to explore. We will continue to develop new and interesting programs to help you to search for your family history.
Suggestions, comments and recommendations for speakers are appreciated from anyone who has thoughtful insight into what could help us help others in their pursuit of family history or research. Feel free to let us know your thoughts and share your ideas.