Dedicated to documenting family history

Every year we provide a trip to Salt Lake City, and to the Family History Library.  The tour staff, Carol Proven and William Chamberlain, has over 25 years in researching family history.  For more information please check our registration form.

Click here.for trip fees, and a registration form.

Since 1975, the Genealogy Workshop of the Huntington Historical Society has been helping people from all over the country trace their family roots.  The Workshop provides technical help in researching and documenting one’s own family history through it’s lecture programs.

WWI Search Icon copyA benefit of society membership at any level, the Workshop hosts monthly meetings [link to] featuring guest speakers discussing issues of common concern to family historians.

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The Workshop publishes ten monthly newsletters featuring local, national and international topics of genealogical interest.  To receive the Genealogy Workshop Newsletter, be sure to choose the membership level that includes the newsletter.

World War I Vets Database.

We have, in our Resource Center, at 209 Main Street in Huntington, files on nearly 4500 World War I veterans from Suffolk County on Long Island. Please visit our search page to check if your person of interest is in our files.

Genealogy Publications

See our Genealogy Publications here.

Record Search Services

Huntington Historical Society provides Record Search Services to provide easy access to our vast Archives.

Upcoming Genealogy Workshops

Saturday, October 6, 2018 @ 11:00 AM – South Huntington Public Library, 145 Pidgeon Hill Road

“National Archives Records and Family Search Strategies”

Speaker: Dorothy Dougherty, Programs Director, National Archives at New York City