November 1st sees the next in the series of major one-day workshops mounted by OGS Toronto Branch, in conjunction with the Canadiana Department of the North York Central Library, an "exploration of the social, economic and cultural effects of the Industrial Revolutions on the lives of English people from 1750 to 1900."
Thursday, 4 September 2014
The keynote speaker, Kirsty Gray who wowed attendees at the last OGS annual conference, will give three presentations. Lorri Busch, Lynda Chiotti, Lauren Goldstein, Paul Jones, Carol Nichols and, Linda Reid will also be speaking in what looks like a most interesting selection of presentations. Check them out at http://torontofamilyhistory.org/learn/workshops/industrial-england-workshop/
These workshops frequently sell out so check it out and register early, by September 18 to receive the early-bird discount.
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