My best, no, my favorite genealogical presentation topics

When I hear from some genealogical and historical organizations about doing a seminar or single talk for them, I get asked “what are your best topics?” The best topics have to be judged by those who listen and hopefully learn from them. I can’t always judge that but I can tell which are my favorite […]

Genealogy day-long seminars near and far: virtual all-day learning

Webinars, institutes, conferences, and seminars. Genealogical education is vital and, in many ways, so easily accessible in 2020 and 2021 as these have gone virtual. Don’t forget to check county, regional, and state genealogical societies to see what they have to offer. Some are free, but many have a fee associated. The organization needs to […]

My October & November genealogy presentations

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. October 4-5, Plymouth, Minnesota [Minneapolis area] Minnesota Genealogical Society Annual North Star Conference and MGS 50th Anniversary Banquet. Extensive list of speakers. I am doing two presentations […]

Seminars & Webinars: 8 are members of the Federation of Genealogical Societies

I love statistics and tonight I had a thought about the genealogical organizations for which I am doing webinars or in-person presentations in the upcoming months.  I checked and found that eight of the organizations are members of the Federation of Genealogical Societies. That’s an impressive number that understand the importance of having a strong […]