Serving Your Genealogy
Research Needs Since 1972

Library Now Open!

It is with great pleasure to announce, Clark County Genealogical Society is open Tuesday through Friday 10:00 am to 3:00 pm after being closed for a year due to the Pandemic.  We are so happy to welcome back our Members and Patrons to the Library and do what we love, Family Genealogy Research.

Focus Groups and Meetings

Our Focus Groups and monthly General Membership Meetings will be a mix of online and in-person. Please check our Event Calendar for details.

Upcoming Events
  • Tech Team

    September 25, 2021  9:00 am - 10:00 am

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  • Craft Clan

    September 25, 2021  11:00 am - 3:00 pm
    3205 NE 52nd St, Vancouver, WA 98663, USA

    Member Show & Tell; bring something to show or an idea to discuss.

    Will update post as craft topic is determined. Join us for arts/crafts activities and learning and share your family's creative traditions. Scrapbooking is always a topic and we discuss ways to archive your family photos and artifacts. Email Marcia to be added to email notification -  

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  • General Meeting

    September 28, 2021  7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    The History and Value of the Trail Breakers

    CCGS members, Marcia Grubb and Jane Germann, will speak about the history of the Trail Breakers and describe the value of the Trail Breaker to researchers , even if you don’t have Clark County roots. 

    This is also the meeting when volunteers are recognized. 


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  • Legacy Family Tree Webinar

    September 29, 2021  11:00 am - 12:30 pm
    Clark County Genealogical Society Library, 3205 NE 52nd St, Vancouver, WA. 98663

    Beginning Ukrainian Genealogy

    Presented by Michelle Chubenko   

    Learn which records are available to assist you in determining your Eastern European ancestor's home village and their emigration to the United States. Discover the resources for Ukrainian genealogy using regional resources and online tools. Examples of many different types of records and their importance, both from North American and from Europe, will be discussed.

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