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Mysteries Updated

Mysteries Updated

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MYSTERIES IN OUR BACKYARDMYSTERIES IN OUR BACKYARD 
Interested in local history?Interested in local history? 
Are you interested in local history? Are there
“mysteries” about your neighborhood, home,family, etc., that you’ve always been curious about?
Mysteries in Our Backyard 
 
is a new researchproject that encourages YOU to research localmysteries!
We are looking for mysteriesWe are looking for mysteries 
From October through December 2011, local historymysteries will be collected.Do you have a local history mystery question toshare?Visit our website at www.mysteries.jcheritage.org tosubmit your local history mystery, or mail theattached form to:Mysteries in Our BackyardSouthern Oregon Historical Society106 N. Central Ave.Medford, OR 97501
Researching Your MysteryResearching Your Mystery 
In January 2012, you will be able to claim a mysteryto solve! For a $10 fee, you will receive online ac-cess to a research toolbox including research guides,maps, and much more to help you along the way.Your $10 fee also includes unlimited access to theSOHS and RVGS research libraries to help you inyour research!
DiscoveryDiscovery 
The
Mysteries in Our Backyard 
website will be aninteractive presence throughout your research.Upload the answers to the website and share withother researchers!On May 19, 2012 there will be a final event to shareall the local history mystery solutions, and to shareyour research experiences.
WorkshopsWorkshops 
To further aid the mystery detectives, thefollowing workshops will be available.
January 7, 2012, 9:30 to 11:00 a.m.
How to begin solving a local history mysteryJCLS Medford Library, Adams Room205 S. Central Avenue, Medford
January 17, 1:30 p.m.
Sarah Ann, a Jackson County MysteryRogue Valley Genealogical SocietyOEA Uniserv Building2495 S. Pacific Highway, Medford
January 21, 9:30 to 11:00 a.m.
The ins and outs of genealogy researchRogue Valley Genealogical Society95 Houston Road, Phoenix
February 4, 9:30 to 11:00 a.m.
How to access treasures of the SOHS archivesSouthern Oregon Historical Society Library106 N. Central Avenue, Medford
February 25, 9:30 to 11:00 a.m.
Using the local library for research,including old newspapersJCLS Medford Library
March 10, 9:30 to 11:00 a.m.
Property searches and what can be foundJCLS Medford Library
April 21, 9:30 to 11:00 a.m.
Cemeteries as research sites for local historyJacksonville CemeteryQUESTIONS?library@sohs.orgOr SOHS Library, 541-858-1724Or RVGS, 541-512-2340
 D o  y o u  k n o w  t h e  i d e n t i t y  o f  t h e s e  t w o  y o u n g  g i r l s ? 
What’s the story behind this picture?
 
Examples of mysteries include:Did a brother of Jefferson Davis live in JacksonCounty before the Civil War?Why did Jacob Ish, a Jacksonville farmer, buythree slaves in 1857, and what became of them?
What’s the story behind a bomb sent to Huey
Long being wrapped in a Medford Mail Tribunenewspaper?

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