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Welcome to our new, user friendly website! We invite you to scroll down the sidebar and take a tour of the site.
Here’s a brief peek:
Click “Activities” for information on Classes, Meetings, Irish Saturdays, and Trips.  Note: Since a genealogical trip is not scheduled this year, join us August 10-11 in Massachusetts for the Celtic Connections Conference. For more information see 2018 Conference.
Click Research for Services, Guidelines, and Resources providing information on Irish Counties, maps, links to other websites, and our searchable data collection.
Click The Septs to access a list of our award-winning journals (1980 to current issue) that are full of research help.  It’s easy to search by theme, read back issues online or download as a pdf.
Click Surname Interests to enter your ancestral family surnames and connect with others who are researching the same surnames.
This is only a wee bit of resources on our new website, see for yourself what we have to help with your genealogy research.
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Members: New Login Information

As we move to our new website, members received a new username and password. 
Check your email for details. 

The Latest Issue of Ginealas Now Available

The latest issue Ginealas, our eNewsletter, is available to members through this link.

April 21
Family History Stories
A panel of Irish genealogists will share their discoveries.  Some are exciting, some sad, some funny – they are the tapestry of genealogy.   Free.   ...
May 12
Irish Research Online
Is it time to review what online genealogy resources you regularly use and expand that list?  We’ll discuss some basic online sources, adding some hints ...
May 12
Irish Tea Socieal
Join us for an Irish Tea Social at the Minnesota Genealogy Center, from noon to 2 pm. We'll have music, tea and coffee, and snacks. ...
May 19
Find an Immigrant's Origin Place
What are best strategies and sources to uncover this most important key to extending a lineage back to the birthplace in the mother country? Instructor:  ...
June 9
“All of the Census Records Were Destroyed!”
Discover what resources are available to help you “fill in the gaps”. We’ll look at the remaining census records, Tithe Applotment records (1823-1837) and ...