On Saturday, June 9, the Johnson City Public Library will hold a genealogy/history book sale in association with the Watauga Association of Genealogists of Northeast Tennessee (WAGS) from 2:00-5:00 p.m.
The sale will include new and gently used items donated to the library relating to Tennessee, North Carolina and Virginia. Other items will include genealogy how-to books and resources on the Southern states, Pennsylvania, and Missouri. WAGS will also have their publications available for sale, such as Marriage Records of Washington County, Tennessee, Tennessee Bible and Family Records, and WAGS Bulletins.
Advance lists of available items may be requested and will be posted on WAGS website, as time allows. Most items will be less than $10. Cash sales are preferred; all sales will be tax exempt. Proceeds will benefit the Tennessee Room collection at the library.
Volunteer Helpers from WAGS will be available during the sale to give research advice and discuss your genealogical brick walls.
To learn more about this and other upcoming events, visit the library’s website at www.jcpl.org, or follow the library’s Facebook page.