Old friends, new friends, research colleagues, maybe even family. That’s what you’ll find during a week at the Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh. I am thinking of it as my summer vacation weeks. Yes, I will be teaching for a weeks but there will be no SNOW or cold weather! Being in air-conditioned comfort with fellow genealogists eager to learn and share sounds ideal right now.
What do you do next after you searched and searched online and still need to fill in many U.S. family history details? What about learning more about helpful websites that you didn’t know about? What about when you need to know what you should be looking for at the state archives, national archives, or a courthouse? Need to learn more about analysis and methodology?
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could present a research problem to others and have a discussion that ends with tips and suggestions on what to do next to help solve the problem?
All this and more is part of what is taught and discussed during my course, Intermediate Genealogy: Tools for Digging Deeper at the Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh (GRIP). I have been coordinating and instructing in this course and others since GRIP began seven years ago. Join us for this year’s course
- 29 July to 3 August In Amherst, NY at Daemen College [Buffalo area]
The us is me, Cyndi Ingle, Karen Mauer Jones, and Debbie Mieszala. A special group of experts and so willing to share in-depth knowledge. This course has had students at all levels of genealogical expertise.
See you in July and August? Register today while there are open seats.
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