Sum, sum, summertime: join me in genealogy education 3 times!

Genealogy education and research doesn’t stop in the summer. Air conditioning makes it more desirable. Among the variety offered this coming summer are these three events at which I will be teaching. July 16-21, Pittsburgh, Annual Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh. Registration has begun for this annual summer week of genealogical education. It is held […]

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Local class: The Three Rs: Reading, ‘Riting, and Research in School Records

On Saturday, May 13, 2017 I will be teaching an extended class on school records. The place is the Minnesota Historical Society.   School records are extensive including teaching contracts, school censuses, grading, attendance, conduct, parent and guardian names, minutes, sports participation and many more specific records that provide individual and family details. Schools include […]

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DAR state guides on Revolutionary War research

Under the guidance and in-depth research work of Eric G. Grundset, Director of Library Publications, the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) is publishing a series of guides related to Revolutionary War research in various states.  The DAR website states this “provides detailed information on the availability of manuscript and archival material that exists for […]

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