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Applying to Lineage Societies: Get Help with Your Application and Research

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Have you ever wanted to apply to a lineage society such as the Daughters of the American Revolution? Do you have an application but aren't sure if you have all the proofs you need? Katherine Collins, MLISc, can help you with your questions, review applications, and assist with genealogical research issues. Katherine will be available every fourth Saturday of the month in the Stewart Bell Jr. Archives reading room from 10am to 12pm. Registration not required. There will be no meetings in November and December 2023.

Katherine Collins has graduate degrees in Library and Information Science and Counseling Psychology.  She has over 20 years of experience as a college instructor, researcher, archivist, historian, and regional supervisor.  She has taught workshops at the state and national level.  She has proven her own armigers and is a member of many lineage societies including the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, Colonial Dames of the 17th Century, and Associated Daughters of Early American Witches.