SUMMER MEETING CHANGE
During the summer months of June, July, August, and September, our monthly meeting will be on ZOOM only. We will not meet in person again until October.
Welcome to FHSA
The Family History Society of Arizona (FHSA) was established to promote the study and worldwide research of member's family histories by instructing each member in the ethical principles and effective techniques of genealogical research, and to assist them in their preservation and dissemination of such research.
You are invited to investigate our Website, and join our membership, after which an informative and interesting FHSA Newsletter will be yours each month. Sharing your genealogy discoveries with your fellow FHSA members, and enjoying their camaraderie and expertise may all contribute to pleasurable genealogy experiences and research. Receiving a reduced rate to our annual Seminar and access to all of the Society meetings will be another reward for you. Come and join us!.
The Family History Society of Arizona meets monthly, with guest speakers and varying genealogy topics each month. Our members research their ancestors from within the United States of America and from foreign countries. On this page you may explore the topics and/or speakers you require for meeting your genealogical needs. We issue an open invitation to guests and members to attend any Society meetings they choose.
Available for viewing
Join us Wednesday, September 20th, for our monthly general meeting.
Arizona Records at the National Archives
Jennifer Albin is an Archivist at The National Archives at Riverside. She has worked in government archives for more than 20 years, at both state and Federal archives. She joined the National Archives at Laguna Niguel in 2009 and assisted with the move to Riverside in 2010. Ms. Albin is one of two archivists in Riverside and serves as the unit’s Preservation Liaison. Prior to her position with the National Archives and Records Administration, Ms. Albin was an archivist at the State Archives of Arizona.
She received her undergraduate degree in history from Northern Arizona University, and received her graduate education through the Public History Program at Arizona State University with an emphasis in Community History. Ms. Albin is a graduate of the Western Archives Institute and has received training at the Northeast Document Conservation Center and Balboa Art Conservation Center.
Link to virtual presentation, click HERE.
Looking for Information?
Do you have a favorite speaker, a topic you are really interested in, or something that just piques your curiosity?
If so, please contact our Programs Chair, Joyce Chancellor, and let her know. She will do her best to line up a presenter that can scratch that itch.