Skagit Valley Genealogy Society

Skagit Valley Genealogical Society Logo Framed by the Outline of Washington State.

Skagit Valley Genealogical Society maintains a research collection housed inside Burlington Public Library. All materials are for in-library use only. For more information, please see the SVGS website.

Burlington Public Library and Skagit Valley Genealogical Society have partnered to provide educational genealogy programs. 

Upcoming Events: SVGS 2023 Winter Calendar

September 10, 2022: Census Controversies 1960-2020 part 2 by Rob Lopresti
October 8, 2022: The Mayflower by Evelyn M. Roehl
November 12, 2022: Removing Brick Walls by Barbara Johnson 
January 14, 2023: Canada Online by Dave Obee
February 11, 2023: Hub of the Wheel by Mary Kircher Roddy
March 11, 2023: Finding Your Family History, 2023 Learning Opportunities by Donna Potter Phillips

Important Genealogical Resources Addressing Race and Cultural Appropriation shared by the National Genealogical Society with the SVGS:
The National Archives’ Rights in America
Coming to the Table’s Education Resources including Genealogy Support
The National Museum of African American History and Culture’s Talking About Race
NARA Foundation’s John Lewis on Rights and Justice in America