Trace Your Family Tree @ the Library
The Fort Pierce Branch Library at 101 Melody Lane houses over a thousand books useful in genealogical research, including US census record books, Daughters of the American Revolution indexes, military service records, county histories and much more. The Library also offers the genealogical databases Ancestry and HeritageQuest to help you research your family tree. If you need personalized help, we partner with volunteers from the Treasure Coast Genealogical Society (TCGS) who are available at the Fort Pierce Branch Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9 am to noon in the genealogy section of the second floor. They will work with you to find and document your ancestors, answer questions about genealogy, show you how to access genealogical websites and use the genealogy reference books—everything you need to get started with tracing your family tree.
Upcoming Programs in the Fort Pierce Meeting Room
Tuesday, April 18 at 1:30: “Indentured Servitude: How nearly half of early American immigrants got to the New World” presented by TCGS members Rose Johnson and Carolyn Lancaster.
For more information please contact the Fort Pierce Branch Library at 772-462-1615.