Welcome to the Twin Rivers Genealogy Society
- Research our own families
- Help others research their families
- Teach classes to beginning genealogists
- Provide help at the Genealogy Desk
at the Lewiston City Library
- Promote research projects to increase the
resources available to people,
i.e., update cemetery records, etc.
2nd Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m.
at Orchards United Methodist Church, 1213 Burrell Ave., Lewiston
(Entrance is at the back wheelchair ramp)
Each month's meeting supplies a learning
experience in the field of genealogy.
(No meetings in July, August, or December)
Twin Rivers Genealogy Society
PO Box 386
Lewiston, ID 83501
If you have any questions about our society,
you can reach us at .
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UPCOMING ATTRACTIONS & PROJECTS
June 13 - Member Picnic, Asotin City Park
July 4 - 3rd Annual Walking with Ancestors (see link below)
September 12 - TBD, How to Use Ancestry.com and Family Tree
October 10 - Steven Branting, "A Continuing Story: Living in the Cradle of Idaho's History"
November 14 - TBD, What Information Can Be Found At/Released By a Funeral Home; Election of Officers
TRGS Field Trips:
Walking with Ancestors
News from Others:
Book signings at ...and BOOKS, too!, 918 6th Street, Clarkston, WA
June 22, 2013, 2-4 p.m. -- Orofino area author Wendell M. Stark will sign his book, NORTH FORK OF THE CLEARWATER RIVER: The Almost Forgotten History. Stark is an avid outdoorsman with a great appreciation of the wilderness. He was raised on the banks of a river in Priest River, Idaho. He moved with his wife to Headquarters, Idaho, a small company town where they raised their two daughters. He spent 40 years working for Potlatch along the North Fork River. The book is full of wonderful black and white maps and photos of the people who settled the area and made a living working in the woods.
July 11, 4-6 p.m. -- Portland, Oregon, author Greg Nokes will sign his new book, Breaking Chains: Slavery on Trial in the Oregon Territory. Greg previously wrote Massacred for Gold, about the Chinese men who were murdered and buried in Lewiston.
July 25, 3-5 p.m. -- Kevin Royce White will sign his book ANGELS OF HELLS CANYON: The Journal. Kevin is a decorated Vietnam veteran who served in the US Armyís 101st Airborne Divisionís 326th Combat Engineers. He is a former law enforcement officer and an avid outdoorsman. He lives in Oklahoma. This Native American mystic novel explores lifeís challenges through unwavering love and a little help from guardian angels. This poignant story illustrates lessons to be remembered for a lifetime.
July 10 - Dedication of the First Territorial Capitol, 12th & Main, Lewiston, at 11am
October 18-19 -- Mark your calendar for a genealogy weekend! More details will be posted as we get closer.
The 2015 Lincoln Funeral Train Coalition
President:  Jill Nock
Co-Vice Presidents:  Lee & Rae Von Flerchinger
Secretary:  Sally Wassmuth
Treasurer:  Kerry Kasza
Board Members at Large:  Betty Meloy, Sam Oliver, Joanne Pickett, Fred Rauch, Pat Van Buren, and Judi Wutzke
Newsletter Editor:  Darlene Larson
Twin Rivers Genealogy Society is a non-profit organization incorporated in the State of Idaho and serves Lewiston, ID, Clarkston, WA, and surrounding areas.
Our Research Holdings
Our research holdings are in the genealogy section of the Lewiston City Library, 428 Thain Rd, in the Lewiston Orchards. (Note: We'll be moving downtown when the new library opens in 2013.)
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