Our evening general meetings are on the Third Tuesday of the month in the Margie Edinger Room at the Santa Clara City Public Library located on Homestead Road. For directions please see the map.
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General Meeting: "Wealth Land and Slaveholding in Mississippi. A Fragile Freedom - The Ordeal of 3 Slaves in Gold Rush California” Tuesday November 18, 2014, 6pm, presented by Ray Albin,.
Ray Albin, author of Wealth, land and slaveholding in Mississippi: a planter family's life of privilege: 1818-1913, will be guest speaker at the November 18 Genealogy Society meeting which meets in the Redwood Room at Central Park Library. Mr. Albin’s book tells the story of the Perkins family, an example of slaveholding Southern planter-aristocrats. Their story begins in Virginia and Tennessee, moves to Mississippi and includes an important court case involving the family during the California Gold Rush. The presentation is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.
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