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The Armenian Genealogical Society has been involved for twenty years in filming Armenian records around the world. They made the first contact with the State Historical Archive during the communist period and acquired some films of death records in 1986.[1]

Genealogical Societies[edit | edit source]

Armenian Genealogy Conference

The conference is put on by members of the Facebook group Armenian Genealogy Հայկական Ծագումնաբանութիւն Haygagan Dzakumnapanutyun

Historical Societies[edit | edit source]

Society for Armenian Studies
The SAS Secretariat is based at the Armenian Studies Program.
Armenian Studies Program
California State University, Fresno
5245 N Backer Ave. PB4
Fresno, CA 93740-8001
Telephone: 559-278-2669

The goal of the SAS is to promote the study of Armenian culture and society, including history, language, and literature. The Society was founded in 1974 by a group of scholars from the universities of California, Columbia and Harvard. It is dedicated to the development of Armenian Studies as an academic discipline.

Armenian Society
SOAS Students' Union
10 Thornhaugh Street
London WC1H 0XG
Facebook: SOAS Armenian Society

The Armenian Society is a group of students who are interested in Armenian history, language, and culture. The Society organizes events each year to display the rich historical, linguistic, and cultural heritage of the Armenians.

Other Societies[edit | edit source]

UCLU Armenian Society
Facebook: UCL Armenian Society

The Society was founded by Armenian students at the University College in London. The goal of the Society is to provide an opportunity to learn about the country's historical and cultural values.

References[edit | edit source]

  1. The Family History Department of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, “Family History Record Profile: Armenia,” Word document, private files of the FamilySearch Content Strategy Team, 1990-1999.