On this page you find listed events and activities
scheduled for the next couple of months. We'll update this page frequently.
BGSG of Denver meets the fourth Saturday
of each month, August and December. Meetings are held at the Blair-Caldwell African American, 2401 Welton Street, Denver,
CO 80205 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.. A special writing class usually follows form 12:30 p.m. until 1:30 p.m.
The BGSG award-winning newsletter, "Black Tracks is published four times a year: January, April, July and October.
Prospective members are welcome to learn more about us by attending
March 29, 2105 The Underground Railroad
Presenter: Sandy Sweeney
The Underground Railroad
was a network of African Americans, Whites, Native Americans and many religious groups, all working
help slaves escape. Between 1810 and 1850, one hundred thousand slaves more northward with the help of the
April 25, 2015 What to do with
pictures from Vacations, Family Reunions, Etc. (Creating Picture Books using PC and Apple
Software)-- Presenters: Thomas S. Entzminger and Howard Murray
May 23, 2105 Roundtable Discussion- Using Topics from January meeting discussions;
Moderators to be Announced.
- Review the Brick Wall Discussion and the status of individual's issues.
Genealogical Materials and Preserving information for the future Generations.
- Other- Open for Topic Assignment Later
June 27, 2015 Presentation - TBA
25, 2015 Using the Records of the Freedman's Bureau
Presenter Ted Bainbridge
The Bureau's funnctions, value
of records, microfilm and internet assess, etc., these topics and more will be discussed.
Ted has requested input from
BGSG members to incorporate into the presentation.
He intends to develop a document for BGSG to publish
as a research aid.
August No Meeting
September 22, 2015 Roundtable Discussion Moderators to be Announced
"I need to get Started" Getting the information out of my head into a book, pamphlet or paragraph
Validation and Verifaction- I have some information, now how do I verify that information? Does Aunt Sally
really exsist? Was grandpa really a 100 when he died?
DNA- Deoxyribonucleic Acid- Why
do a DNA test? If you have had one completed how do you read the results; what is the difference between the mtDNA,
Y-DNA, and atDNA tests?