Tired of just listening to webinars? Consider virtual hands-on workshops!Virtual Zoom Workshops
African American Genealogy | Tracing African American roots can be challenging but not impossible. This course will assist the beginner to intermediate researchers to compile and further family histories of African-American ancestors.
Back to the Beginning: Starting Your Family Tree | Have you ever wished to discover an ancestor or gather your family’s story? Maybe you’d like a refresher? Consider this 2-day course to navigate a beginner’s tasks to research your family tree.
- Cemetery 101|
- Cemetery 102|
- Cemetery 103|
Compiling Your Genealogy With RootsMagicTM|
Decoding Historical Handwriting | Interpreting old documents can make research difficult. Learn a few tips on reading historical handwriting.
Get’n Savvy for a Genealogy Research Trip | Ever wish to visit the family cemetery that is states away or walk the hometowns of your ancestors? Learn how to prepare and make the most out of your genealogy research trip.
Planning Family Reunions & Get-Togethers | Memorable family gatherings start with a bit of preparation, a dash of family history, and a pinch of creative sharing. Discover avenues to host a family reunion that commemorates family lineage.
Probate Records for Family Historians | Probate records hold a wealth of clues regarding the rich, poor, or transient ancestors. Learn how to access and evaluate probate case files for family history.
Strategies In Genealogy: Moving Beyond the Basics | Finding yourself stumped after launching a family history project? Learn how to plan a research strategy and make use of alternative sources that can move along your genealogy.
Timesavers for Weekend Leaf Seekers: Genealogy Tips to Keep You On Track |
Up & At ’Em: Researching Records In-Person | Online research leaves a lot of records yet to be uncovered and published in digital form. Let’s dive into local repositories and the record collections that warrant a real-time visit.
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