Over the next two months, I will be live and in-person in Florida (1 day), Minnesota (3), and Wisconsin (2). I close out the year with a webinar.
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October 10, 2019 Hudson, Wisconsin Hudson Public Library 10:30 a.m. Free lecture and handout: “Finding Maiden Names”
October 23, 2019, The Villages, Florida https://vgsfl.org/
Morning: “Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Research”
Afternoon: “Major Midwestern Archives and Their Records”
October 26, 2019 Minneapolis, Minnesota Hennepin County Library, Central Library, Annual Family History Fair. FREE event! I am the keynote speaker “The Rapidly Changing World of Genealogical Research.” Yearly? How about hourly on some days! New websites, indexes, digitized records, and finding aids abound. DNA, criminology, scanning, privacy concerns, social media, and more are “new.” What about records access, limitations, and handling modern families and names? Many things haven’t changed and education is a big key.
November 2, 2019 Madison, Wisconsin Wisconsin Historical Society all-day seminar “Records, Records, and More Records!” Join me as I do four presentations at the beautiful WHS. To Register see the WHS website. Come a few days early to research at WHS which is a renowned North American history library. Most books are on open shelves plus self-serve microfilm!
November 16, 2019, Mendota Heights, Minnesota
Class at the Minnesota Genealogy Center: Tho’ They Were Poor, They May Have Been Rich in Records. 10:00-11:30 includes time for questions and discussion. To register: https://mngs.org/
November 19, 2019, Webinar “Native American Research: Things You May Not Know” A FREE Board for Certification of Genealogists presentation on Legacy Family Tree webinars. 8:00 p.m. EST, 7:00 p.m. CST
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