Monday, October 26, 2009

Marian Pierre-Louis to speak at April CCGS Meeting

Marian Pierre-Louis, principal researcher for Fieldstone Historic Research, will be the speaker at the Society's monthly meeting on Wednesday, April 14, 2009. Her topic will be "Early African-American Communities in New England", which will include research on Cape Cod and the Islands.

A genealogical researcher, instructor, lecturer and writer, Marian is involved in many aspects of family history from genealogy to oral history, identifying old photographs and house histories. Her focus is on Southern New England research, which includes the states of Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Connecticut. Particular research interests include early (1700-1850) African Americans in New England.

Marian is taking the place of Dianne Rapport, who was originally scheduled for this date to speak on a similar topic dealing with African-American genealogy in New England.

CCGS 2009-2010 Monthly Program Schedule

The Cape Cod Genealogical Society meets at 10:00am on the second Wednesday of the month from September through May at the Brewster Ladies’ Library Auditorium, 1822 Main Street, Route 6A, Brewster, MA. Directions