The First Wednesday program on November 1st in the Georgia Room at the Switzer Library will explore Native American Genealogy. The free program is from 7 to 8 pm.

November is Native American Heritage Month in tribute of the ancestry and traditions of Native Americans.

The First Wednesday series focuses on a range of topics involving family history research and preservation of documents. Light refreshments will be served during the First Wednesday events. The Georgia Room staff encourages everyone to arrive early and stay late.

The Switzer Library is at 266 Roswell Street in Marietta 30060.

For information, call the Georgia Room at (770) 528-2333 or visit

Warrior Mascots and Indian Princesses: Representations of Native Americans in Popular Culture, a presentation by Dr. Miriam Brown Spears, Assistant Professor of American Studies and English at Kennesaw State University, at the Switzer Library on Saturday, November 11, 2 pm to 3 pm. (770) 528-2320.

First Wednesday in the Georgia Room: Native American Genealogy