Friday, May 11, 2018

They Survived the Johnstown Flood?! How to Reconstruct Your Ancestors' Stories with Sunny Morton

Second St. East from Walnut, Cincinnati, Ohio, during the Great Flood, April 1913, postcard (Cincinnati: Kraemer Art Co., 1913); image ocp001189pcpfb, "Greater Cincinnati Memory Project," Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County Digital Library ( : 2018). Reproduced with permission of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.
1907, 1913, 1937, .... What Cincinnati floods did your ancestor survive?

Sunny Morton's ancestors survived the Johnstown Flood. Learn how Sunny researched in a variety of sources to uncover a heroic rescue, a love story, and a 30-foot wall of water. Sunny will demonstrate how to reconstruct fascinating experiences from your own family history.

Sunny Morton is an internationally-known, award-winning genealogy writer, editor, and speaker. She will be presenting this lecture live from a remote location. There will be an opportunity to ask questions following her presentation.

When: Saturday, May 12, 10:30-11:45 am
Where: North Central Branch, PLCH, 11109 Hamilton Avenue

For more information, see our website, .

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