News and Events
DNA Bootcamp: Acadian Amerindian Ancestry DNA Project
Saturday, March 10, 2018 – 9:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
South Regional Library, 1601 Johnston St., Lafayette, LA
DNA Bootcamp: How DNA helps you find pathways to your ancestry with Marie Rundquist and Deadra Doucet Bourke of the Acadian Amerindian Ancestry DNA Project.
In the DNA Bootcamp, you will learn about the types of DNA tests, the tools and the techniques that can help you with your genealogy questions -- with real-world examples,
of interest to individuals researching Acadian and Native family lines
Established in 2006, The Acadian Amerindian Ancestry Project builds upon the historic surnames and the mtDNA and Y DNA
haplogroups of our Acadian and Native American ancestors of 17th-century Acadia (and later diaspora regions),
and adds a new dimension: Family.
Research Opportunities at the Louisiana State Archives
Presentation by Kathy Pellerin at the 17 August 2017 Meeting
Using Fr. Hebert's
Southwest Louisiana Records
Presentation by Brenda Fuselier at the 19 January 2017 Meeting
The Main Library's Genealogy Collection
Presentation by Dr. Sam Lollar, July 2016 Meeting
Handout from LGS October 15, 2015 meeting
Flyer for Donald Arceneaux's new book
Guest speaker, Dr. Eddie Palmer of ULL, spoke about the history of the Old Spanish Trail. .
Handout from LGS Meeting on September 17th
Don Arceneaux spoke about his new book, “Attakapas Post in 1769” .
Herb Scheuermann played a video by Professor John P. Colletta of the Salt Lake
Institute of Genealogy on genealogy resources available in public
The handout contains links to these valuable resources.
30% Off Ancestry.com
AARP offers new members a 30% reduction in price for the Ancestry.com World
Explorer membership for a one year subscription. Check it out at
Eastman's Newsletter (Free)
Dick Eastman has a great daily newsletter with information that is genealogy or computer related. You can check it out at
Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter
Dick also has a great Calendar of Genealogy Events.