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Dubuque’s Forgotten Cemetery
March 14, 2020
presented by
Archaeologist Jennifer Mack
Excavation of a Nineteenth Century Burial Ground
Catholic Third Street Cemetery on a bluff overlooking the
Mississippi River in Dubuque, IA.
Human remains discovered by a man and his dog.
July 2007
North Central Iowa Genealogical Society
1:30 PM ~ Monthly Meeting
NCIGS Library
Masonic Temple, 75 S Georgia, Mason City, IA
Lower Level – elevator inside entrance.
Everyone is welcome to attend.
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The decision was made at the Feb 8th general meeting to change the time of the monthly NCIGS meetings. The general meeting time will change to 1:00 PM in April, 2020. This information will be shared and members will be notified several times to ensure all members are aware of the time change.
The March 14th meeting will be at 1:30 PM in the lower level of the Masonic Lodge.
Archaeologist and author Jennifer E Mack will present the program on Dubuque's Forgotten Cemetery. This is the story of a cemetery that was forgotten by a community. The story begins in 2007 when a developer broke ground for a new housing complex and heavy machinery unearthed human bones.
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3 weeks ago

Linda Vi Moen Muth

The decision was made at the Feb 8th meeting to change the time of the monthly meeting. The time will change to 1:00 PM starting April 11th. ...

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3 weeks ago

Linda Vi Moen Muth

The decision was made at the Feb 8th general meeting to change the time of the monthly NCIGS meetings. The general meeting time will change to 1:00 PM in April, 2020. This information will be shared and members will be notified several times to ensure all members are aware of the time change.
The March 14th meeting will be at 1:30 PM in the lower level of the Masonic Lodge.
Archaeologist and author Jennifer E Mack will present the program on Dubuque's Forgotten Cemetery. This is the story of a cemetery that was forgotten by a community. The story begins in 2007 when a developer broke ground for a new housing complex and heavy machinery unearthed human bones.
...

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It's time to renew your membership in NCIGS or join for the 1st time. Annual membership is $12 per family. Membership includes receiving a quarterly newsletter, attending monthly meetings, participating in a variety of projects and use of the NCIGS library. The library is located in the Masonic Lodge building in Mason City. If you're interested in joining or renewing after reading this post send your check to NCIGS, Box 237, Mason City, IA 50402-0237. If you're renewing and you have new vita info include that info and if you're joining for the 1st time include your address, phone # and email address. If you have questions post them on this site.
From Linda Vi Moen Muth, Genie Bug editor
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1 month ago

Linda Vi Moen Muth

It's time to renew your membership in NCIGS or join for the 1st time. Annual membership is $12 per family. Membership includes receiving a quarterly newsletter, attending monthly meetings, participating in a variety of projects and use of the NCIGS library. The library is located in the Masonic Lodge building in Mason City. If you're interested in joining or renewing after reading this post send your check to NCIGS, Box 237, Mason City, IA 50402-0237. If you're renewing and you have new vita info include that info and if you're joining for the 1st time include your address, phone # and email address. If you have questions post them on this site. ...

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WE ARE GOING TO AMERICA!
Free and Open to the Public. Since the 16th century, people have chosen to relocate to North America. The October 12, 2019 NCIGS session will provide: why, numbers, locales, plus response to the newcomers. Expect to learn of family stories such as: ship travel length, subsequent relocation, document information and nationality clusters. A starting location 4,000-5,000 miles to a new place to live and work! Saturday, October 12 @1:30 pm at the Clear Lake Public Library!
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6 months ago

Ann Lang Robison

Can someone tell me the regular hours for the public to visit the Society's new library at the Masonic lodge?? I may have missed it, but couldn't find it on the website. Thanks! ...

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