A Journal of NORTHWEST FLORIDA
The Genealogical Society of Okaloosa County publishes our Journal once yearly. Volunteers conduct research in Northwest Florida for information to be published in the Journal with emphasis on material of limited availability. Members provide articles and other material from sources in areas in which they are searching.
Table of Contents of the 2017 Journal
The 2017 Journal was published and distributed in September 2017, and its theme is Education. It traces the development of schools in Okaloosa County. The excellent schools we have today are the result of the hard work and dedication of educators, school board members, and parents over the last 102 years. The theme of the 2016 issue was the Vietnam War, and the 2015 issue was dedicated to the centennial of Okaloosa County. Previous recent Journals have had articles dealing with World War I through the Great Depression, through World War II, into the Korean Conflict and the beginning of the Cold War.
Seven previous Journals are available in the members-only section of this website, however, the Table of Contents for those issues can be viewed from the links below.
Table of Contents of the 2016 Journal
Table of Contents of the 2015 Journal
Table of Contents of the 2014 Journal
Table of Contents of the 2013 Journal
Table of Contents of the 2012 Journal
Table of Contents of the 2011 Journal
|GSOC Officers and Special Duties for 2017
President, Jon Sheperd
1st Vice President (Programs), Margaret Harris
2nd Vice President (Membership), Jerry Rush
Treasurer, Phil Hoge
Immediate Past President, Sue Basch
Recording Secretary, Kathie Sheperd
Corresponding Secretary, Val Moreland
Publicity, Val Moreland
Genealogist, Margaret Harris
Webmaster, Jim Young
Newsletter Editor, Edward Crosby
Journal Coordinator & Editor, Cindy Barber
|Click on the "Members" button below to access the members-only section of this web site. You will be asked for a password which is available to GSOC members and can be obtained by contacting the GSOC webmaster, Jim Young, at 850-862-8642, or by using the e-mail link button below.|
This section currently contains Nicole Grinnan's presentation entitled Tombstone Tales, Guide to Funerary Art, and Basic Guidelines for Cleaning Historic Stone; Amy Raley's presentation entitled Federal Road Migration; Sarah Roach's handout that accompanied her presentation Walking Back Into Colonial America; and the GSOC Journals for 2010 through 2016.
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