Welcome to the Twin Rivers Genealogy Society
- Research our own families
- Help others research their families in
Nez Perce County and Asotin County
- 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, Idaho
(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
January 9 - Tour of the Lewiston City Library, 7pm
News from Others:
Fall Historical Lecture Series
Presented by Nez Perce County Historical Society
7pm, Sacajawea Hall, LCSC Campus
12/9: "All Roads Led to Lewiston: The Sesquicentennial of the First Territorial Legislature"
a panel presentation:
- A City Snapshot: Lewiston in 1863" - Steve Branting
- "Keys to the City; Idaho's First Territorial Legislature Convenes" - TBD
- "A Gem of the Brightest Luster: Idaho's First Inaugural Address" - Garry Bush as William B. Daniels
- "Duck-Hunting and Deception: The Fallout From the 2nd Legislature" - Lyle Wirtanen
...and BOOKS, too!, 918 6th Street, Clarkston, WA
November 23, 1-3 p.m.: Rathdrum, Idaho, author Enoch James will sign his new mystery book about a murder in Lewiston, Idaho.
November 30, 1-5 p.m.: Carole Simon-Smolinski (Lewiston author) and Connie McLeod (Clarkston illustrator and fine artist) will sign their new book, "Timothy Nolan's Idaho 1862-1890: Being Several Scholarly Accounts of Adventures and Events in and Around Lewiston Idaho from Gold Rush to Statehood."
December 7, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.: Clarkston author Paula Coomer will sign her latest book, "BLUE MOON VEGETERIAN."
December 14: 2-4 pm: Harley Williams, "FROM PRIVATE TO GENERAL THE ARMY WAY, a novel."
Things to watch for:
January: Steve Branting’s new book, "HIDDEN HISTORY OF LEWISTON."
January: MASSACRED FOR GOLD, DVD, directed by Jennifer Anderson and Vernon Lott, the film adapts R. Gregory Nokes' book by the same name.
Walking with Ancestors
The 2015 Lincoln Funeral Train Coalition
President:  Jill Nock
Co-Vice Presidents:  Ann Bershaw & Sam Oliver
Secretary:  Sally Wassmuth
Treasurer:  Kerry Kasza
Board Members at Large:  Betty Meloy, Joanne Pickett, Fred Rauch, Pat Van Buren, Sharol Ward, 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, Clarkston, and surrounding areas.
Our Research Holdings
Our research holdings are in the genealogy section of the Lewiston City Library, 411 D St., Lewiston, Idaho.
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