The Tuscaloosa County
Genealogical Society was originally organized in 1975.
From the start the Society decided to have two seperate
groups and would met the first Thursday of each month.
It was agreed the morning group
would meet at 10:00 am and the evening group would meet at
7:00 pm. One of the first meeting places was upstairs at
Library on Greensboro Avenue. It had a "homey"
atmosphere with its creaky stairs and floors.
The primary goals of the
society was to promote genealogy in the community in as
many ways as possible and to make sure that anyone who
came to the meetings would learn something by being there.
The first regular meetings were on December 4, 1975 and
officers for each group were elected to serve through
1976. Presently, the Society meets in the Rotary Room of
Public Library on Jack Warner Parkway in Tuscaloosa,
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