50% off for new Legacy Family Tree webinar memberships!

You know you need this! A New Webinar Membership with “24/7 access to 1,800+ full-length genealogy classes PLUS all 7,000+ pages of instructors’ handouts. Just $49.95 $24.98 (new memberships only).” Legacy Family Tree Webinars is offering this deal for new memberships from now through December 2, 2022 at 11:59 p.m. MT. Order now, for 50% […]

1 more Native American research free webinar for this November

I’ve been working this week on new things for my next Native American research webinar for this National Native American Heritage month. The fun part of creating a new PowerPoint is finding the coolest examples. It also includes some basics that apply no matter the tribe. This last free 2022 webinar on Native American research […]

Some of my free presentations for Native American Heritage month

I have a busy week on my calendar. Each of these upcoming presentations of mine for National Native American Heritage Month is being presented at no cost to registrants. The presentations and extensive handouts are not exactly the same, though some sections are necessarily general. Parts of each are devoted to Indigenous peoples connected to […]

Farms, rivers, railroads, and all ancestral families covered in next Saturdays’ genealogy workshop

I have completed the multi-page handouts for next Saturday’s presentations and hope you will join me virtually in Covington, Kenton County, Kentucky. It’s not only the people directly involved in these occupations, but the people who supplied them, repaired them, married them, lived near them, and traveled with them. Need some ideas for where to […]

Hey genealogists! Legacy Family Tree Webinars top picks for September!

Regular readers know that I love to present educational webinars for Legacy Family Tree Webinars. Then I love to listen to the presentations of others, both live or recorded if I missed the live times.  Each month, Geoff Rasmussen releases a list of the top webinars from the preceding month. My 14 September presentation on […]

Updated speaking calendar with my next genealogy presentation on October 4 for Family History Month

I have added several new presentation dates to my Speaking Calendar. Click on the Speaking tab above or click here to see the full list even into 2023. Next up is this free webinar as we celebrate Family History Month in October here in the U.S.  October 4, 2022. Free webinar. Clayton Library Center for […]

A handful of ways to view my genealogy presentations from your home.

I receive emails and blog messages asking when I will be speaking in someone’s area. I’m still scheduling only virtual presentations. That can be 1-4 topics on one day/evening or more over a couple days. I’m still avoiding air travel and long car rides. Virtual presentations also present savings for the sponsoring organization. No big […]

Addendum to my recent webinar, Michigan: An Upper Midwest Researcher’s Dream

When I presented this webinar for Legacy Family Tree Webinars on September 14, I promised to add some things to my blog that weren’t in the syllabus but mentioned in the webinar. I thank Jamie W. for the reminder of that promise.  Archives of Michigan Circulars that are no longer updated and not available on […]

Michigan genealogy research? View my webinar for free for a week.

I had a great time last night presenting live my webinar, “Michigan: An Upper Midwest Researchers Dream.” It is now available to view at www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com for free for a limited time. Webinar Description Michigan is a state of many people: Native Americans, fur traders, French explorers, British military, and then settlers from all over the world including […]

Webtember! Genealogy Webinars all September!

Legacy Family Tree Webinars and MyHeritage are providing some fantastic free webinars plus a free genealogy conference this month. Check out the details below and let your audience know about September 2022’s live webinars: Shackles, shekels and shrapnel: the exodus to the Southern seas by Michelle Patient Changing Places, Changing Borders: Overcoming geographic challenges by […]