Recording the stories and accounts of everyday people in the community, was the theme of a workshop presented Thursday evening at the Calhoun County Library.

Frederick H. Armstrong, the Director of the West Virginia History and Archives, taught the workshop, which was sponsored by the Calhoun Historical and Genealogical Society. He has been with the agency since 1978.

A number of people from neighboring counties attended the workshop titled "Moving History."

Armstrong said he is amazed how little history is recorded in the fast paced society, despite the availability of electronic instruments on which to document. During the session he demonstrated how to conduct interviews.

The Historical Society meets the second Thursday of every month at the library.

Folks from several counties attend workshop

Frederick H. Armstrong, Director of WV History and Archives

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