Jim Langford will speak on the history and culture of Southeastern Indians at the DeKalb History Center’s Lunch and Learn lecture at noon March 17 at the Old Courthouse on the square in Decatur. It’s free; bring your own lunch.
Langford is president of the Coosawattee Foundation, a nonprofit founded in 1987 to promote conservation of American Indian occupation sites and related lands.
For more information, check dekalbhistory.org or call 404-373-1088, Ext. 23. The center's archives is open by appointment at that phone number.
A Genealogy Expo will be held March 14 at the Hart County Adult Learning Center, next to the public library at 150 Benson St., Hartwell. Hours are 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Robert C. Jones will speak on the end of the Civil War in northeast Georgia. There will be booths representing various genealogy and other organizations with information on how to join, and lots of information about how to research your family history.
The expo is free. For further information, contact Brenda Harbin at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Savannah River Valley Genealogical Society at facebook.com/groups/280232182096462. The event was well attended last year and should draw a good crowd.