Wenatchee Area Genealogical Society
Library Theme of the Month
We are "showcasing" areas of our library each month with a different theme each month. This is a list of our "Themes" by the month. Click on the theme to see the list of our holdings for that theme. (We are still compiling the lists. February through August are active. September will be soon.) Please keep checking.
You will be able to "Search" the lists by using your "Control F" keys on your keyboard simultaneously. The SEARCH field will be at the top left of the TASK BAR. The findings will show in a "yellow highlight" throughout the list.
When you find the selection, the TASK BAR at the top disappears when you move the cursor down the page. The TASK BAR will return when you hold the cursor at the top of the page. Click the back arrow key on top left side of TASK BAR to return to menu.
Jan: NEW BEGINNINGS "Getting Started" on your genealogy quest.
Feb: "Genealogists Love Celebrations" - marriage records, anniversaries and celebrations

March: "Join us for High Tea" – UK/British – England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland
April: Religion – bibles, churches, religions
May: Vital Records - Births, Marriages, Deaths - obituaries, funeral homes, cemeteries, death certificates
June: Early America & Colonial History- original states & territories
July: Military Early - Revolutionary War, D. A. R., War 1812, Civil War
Aug: Geographic & Land - atlases/maps/gazzetteers
Sept: Immigration/Emmigration – naturalizations, passenger lists, patriot


Oct: Journals & Bulletins Treasures – state books & journals
We are “finding treasures” in our Bulletins, Journals and Newsletters! We have collections from most states for over 35 years. Most of them include indexes in each issue, quarterly, or yearly. Issues can include genealogy records, cemetery records, probate records, biography records, etc., and queries. Click on this link to see our state and issue holdings.
Nov: Military - Military & Veterans of wars post Civil War
Dec: Family & Traditions - family books/manuscripts, ethnic traditions