Meetings of Local History Groups

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When What Where
September 20, 2018 Jeannine Kreinbrink, “American Indians of Northern Kentucky” Behringer-Crawford Lunch Series. Noon. Members $3/ Nonmembers $10. Reservations requested, 859-491-4003
October 11, 2018 Dave Schroeder presents his new book “Lost Northern Kentucky.” Campbell County Historical and Genealogical Society, Wilder City Hall, 7 pm
November 15, 2018 Guest Speaker Ron Buckley presents his fascinating archaeological research on Absolom Graves. Boone County Historical Socety,
January 10, 2019  Jim Vice speaks about the St. Francis Cemetery in Dayton.   Campbell County Historical and Genealogical Society, Wilder City Hall, 7 pm
January 17, 2019 Guest speaker Paul Anderson, owner of the historic Anderson Ferry in operation since 1817 between Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati, Ohio. Boone County Historical Society, 7 pm, at the library in Limaburg
March 21, 2019 Terry Sawyer speaks on historical preservation. Boone County Historical Society, 7 pm, at the library in Limaburg
     
     

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The Cincinnati Civil War Round table has a website here that gives you details on what, where, and when.
The Friends of Big Bone frequently have history-related themes for their meetings. Visit them here.
You can follow the Pendleton County Historical Society on their Facebook page here, and learn about upcoming meetings held on the third Saturday of each month, at the Fryer house in Butler.
The Grant County Historical Society meets the third Monday of each month in Williamstown. Contact bb15chips@aol.com for more.
You can follow the Bracken County Historical Society on their website here, and learn about upcoming meetings.
Meetings of the Erlanger Historical Society are held on the second Wednesday of each month at 7:00 PM at the Erlanger Historical Depot Museum on Crescent Avenue in Erlanger. Web site here.
Congeneality, a Genealogy discussion group, meets at the Covington library on the last Monday of the month (except December). Details here.

 

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If you know of meetings with a Northern Kentucky History topic that we've missed, feel free t0 let us know.