Family History Research: How to Successfully Start—or Restart. Course registration is open!

A labor of love for genealogy education and sponsored by the Clayton Library Friends in Support of the Houston Public Library Center for Family History Research Center at the Clayton Library Campus. Several of us have been working together to get this U.S. based course going. We’ll share some more details in an upcoming post. […]

Free webinar: “Major Midwestern Archives and Their Records”

UPDATE: The registration limit has been reached. Watch the MGS website for more great webinars. If you join MGS, you will be able to view all past webinars. One more reason why genealogical society membership is important.   Join me on Wednesday, April 6, for a FREE webinar sponsored by the Minnesota Genealogical Society. My […]

Genealogy classes and events offered by MGS

MGS is the Minnesota Genealogical Society and the event and class offerings continue to expand. This “spring” has a crowded calendar. This is fantastic for everyone who desires to progress further in their family history research. MGS has been offering special events and classes since the mid-1980s. I remember teaching the first classes at the […]

February 2010 National Archives events — Washington, DC area

The snow will have melted (won’t it?) and people can venture to the National Archives locations in the Washington for these events. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                February 4, 2010 Special Programs Highlight National Archives Records in February and March Washington, DC.   All programs are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted, […]

November Discount for the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy 2009!

Still thinking about registering for the January 12-16, 2009 Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy? Some courses are already full, and others are filling quickly! But, SLIG is offering a special deal for you. From now until November 28, 2008, you can register with a $25 discount. This is a great opportunity to save on your […]