Window(s) to the Past

windowofthepast Thirty seven (37) years ago, the Skagit Valley Genealogy Society was created.  In that time a lot of things happened to give the people in Skagit County the opportunity to pursue family history.  Along the way, the non-profit organization was able to create a vital publication (window) that allows us to look back to the past.

archived-newsletters  Those windows are in the form of newsletters.   Click on the Archived tab under Newsletters, you will see newsletters listed as far back as 2001.  In the process of scanning some casino online of the letters, I found scraps of SVGS history.  Allow me to give you some bits and pieces of some things I came across.
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March/April 2001

Full represented board of 14 people.  All positions were filled then.

Skagit memories article depicting early historical facts of the area.

Meanings of Gravestone Carvings.

March/April 2002

First newsletter by email.

April 2002, Spring Seminar in Olympia ($40)

“Tips on Oral History Interviews”

January/February 2004

Rootsweb website started this year.

October/November 2004

Society New:  155 members this year.

Orrin V. Hatch designated October “Family History Month”

November/December 2008

First Web-blog

SVGS Genealogy Library Update

 Better yet do some exploring on your own.  See how SVGS developed and grew over the years. You will be glad you did.    Here


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