Kentucky History and Genealogy Collection

The mission of the Library’s Kentucky History and Genealogy collection is to ensure that residents of Metro Louisville and users living far beyond its borders will have reliable access to primary and secondary source materials of historical and genealogical value well into the future.

The collection is located on the 2nd floor of the Main Library.

Programs & Services

Genealogy Day

SAVE THE DATE: Genealogy Day 2014 is scheduled for Saturday, April 26

Genealogy Day is the Louisville Free Public Library’s annual full-day conference for beginning and experienced genealogists alike. Participants will learn valuable methods to research their family history from experienced presenters and can use the library's rich print, microfilm and online collection of resources to trace their family genealogy.

2014 Program Schedule - click here.

 

   
 

Past Programs

 
 

Genealogy Day 2013

For a look at the scheduled speakers and workshops, click here.

 

Genealogy Day 2012

To view information on the speakers and topics covered, including downloadable class handouts, click here.

 American Civil War with noted researcher and lecturer, Joseph Reinhart

Kentucky during the Civil War

Commemorate the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War with noted researcher and lecturer, Joseph Reinhart - author of the recently published A German hurrah!: Civil War letters of Friedrich Bertsch and Wilhelm Stangel, 9th Ohio Infantry.

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Civil War soldiers

Researching your Civil War Ancestors

LFPL's Genealogy Librarian, Joe Hardesty, discusses sources and strategies to use when researching your Civil War Ancestors.

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Last Updated: 2/5/14