Nov. 16 class at the MN Genealogy Center on tracing poorer ancestors

When: Saturday, November 16 10:00 am to 11:30 am

Where: at the Minnesota Genealogy Center, 1385 Mendota Heights Road, Suite 100, Mendota Heights, MN; Class hosted by the Minnesota Genealogical Society

What: Though They Were Poor, They May Have Been Rich in Records
Records related to poor ancestors or with temporary problems exist all over the Midwest. Record details include place of origin, birth date, religion, residence, infirmity, death dates, burial, and family members. Learn about the institutions, records, where they may be found, and how to deal with the emotions that they may produce.

The Presenter: That would be me! Paula Stuart-Warren conducts genealogical and historical research, lecturing, and coaching in U. S. research. Her specialties include: unusual records, analysis, research planning, problem solving, manuscript and archival repositories, railroads, and Native American research. She has experience as an instructor for SLIG and GRIP, and is a former board member of APG, MGS, FGS.

Cost: $25 MGS members, $30 nonmembers. Please preregister to ensure you will get a handout. To learn more and register, click here to see the lineup of events and scroll down to November 16th. Or go directly to the registration page.

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