Free Online Talks from The National Archives

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The National Archives has launched ‘What’s On-Line’, a programme of free online talks and webinars, delivered by specialists and experts.

Discover the experiences of early immigrant communities in England or peer into the world of lavish Tudor tournaments. Learn how to uncover local history or how to find information about Caribbean ancestors in the UK.

Full details of all What’s On-Line talks are available via The National Archives’ website: www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/about/visit-us/whats-on/events/

You can register to attend a talk by clicking on the relevant link in the Eventbrite description. Places are limited.

What’s On-Line Schedule:

April
24: Using Migration Records

May
1: Margaret Thatcher in Ten Documents
12: Using Discovery (The National Archives’ catalogue)
15: Aliens and Strangers: Migration in early modern England
22: Power, Magnificence and Renaissance Diplomacy: The Field of the Cloth of Gold

June
2: Discovering your family history
16: Using Discovery (The National Archives’ catalogue)
19: Caribbean Connections

July
21: Discovering your local history