with Casey Zahn. Family stories and events were reported by others and repeated to the newspapers. Newspapers have been around for centuries, are preserved in state libraries and archives, and websites have been developed so that old newspapers can be accessed by researchers to learn more about their families' lives in the past. In this workshop, you will learn how newspaper stories like marriages, obituaries, and newsworthy stories can help you learn and understand your family's past. Registration is required by calling 609-967-7155 or stopping by the circulation desk.