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You can access RBdigital directly through the browser on your computer or mobile device, or get the free RBdigital app (available for Android, iOS, and Kindle). Download magazines for offline viewing and get alerts when new issues are released. Titles are always available, and downloads never expire.
In August 1619, an English ship carrying approximately 20 African men and women landed at Point Comfort, Virginia. As the first Africans known to have come to this continent, their unwilling arrival marked the beginning of slavery in North America. In observance of this dark anniversary, Washoe County Libraries are offering these special programs.
African American Genealogy
African American family historians face unique challenges when researching their ancestry. Join TMCC librarian Suzanne Malek, who will discuss these challenges and how to overcome them to preserve your family heritage.
Computer classes for beginners are now being offered at two locations, the Sparks Library and the North Valleys Library. These introductory classes cover the basics of computer use, the internet, and Microsoft Word.
Alfred Doten was an adventurer, a forty-niner, and a journalist who kept a 53-year diary of his life during a significant period of Nevada and California history. Presented by UNR librarian Donnelyn Curtis, who is currently involved in a project to bring the Doten diaries online.