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December talks at The National Archives
In December, The National Archives will host a number of free events and talks where specialists will share their knowledge and expertise to offer useful advice on research and best practice for using the archives.
Subjects range from the Manorial Documents Register to advice on searching for records of births, marriages and deaths at The National Archives and elsewhere.
Other highlights include:
- Child emigration schemes to Canada - an examination of the records and reasons behind the schemes
- The Hearth Tax - a 17th century census? - an overview of how the records were compiled, how to use them and what we can get from them
New to The National Archives?
There are daily drop-in sessions to introduce first-time visitors to the range of services available at The National Archives and how to make the most of our resources. These free sessions start at 11:30 and last approximately 30 minutes; pre-booking is not required.
Unable to attend a talk? Most talks and lectures will be made available as podcasts soon after they have taken place.
For more details of all our events, including The National Archives´ museum exhibitions and education events, please visit our events page.