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Wed, Sep 2 2015

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Break Down Brick Walls in Eastern European Research - Tips, Tools and Tricks
Through sample case studies, learn about lesser-utilized research tactics, key resources and repositories to find your elusive Eastern European ancestors.

Lisa Alzo

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Wed, Sep 9 2015

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Research Your Swedish Ancestors in Living Color Using ArkivDigital Online
Learn how to research your Swedish Heritage using ArkivDigital Online, an online service that provides access to newly photographed color images of Swedish historical records. This product demo will familiarize you with the types of records that you will find on ArkivDigital including: the Swedish church books, estate inventories, military…

Kathy Meade
Wed, Sep 16 2015

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Researching Your Dutch Ancestors
Do you have ancestors from the Netherlands? This webinar introduces you to the most important records and shows you what you can find online, even if you don't know any Dutch. Learn how naming traditions and emigration patterns can help you find your Dutch ancestors.

Yvette Hoitink
Wed, Sep 23 2015

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Researching Your Ancestors in England and Wales
With increased digitization of genealogical records in England and Wales, documents relating to your ancestors are far more readily available but how are the records structured? Where are they located? And what information can be gleaned from these primary sources? Taking you through the basics by examining record groups including…

Kirsty Gray
Fri, Sep 25 2015

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Maps Tell Some of the Story for the African-Ancestored Genealogist
This session will illustrate how geography can tell you things unknown about your ancestral community and help provide a critical background for the family narrative.

Angela Walton-Raji
Wed, Sep 30 2015

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Using Periodicals to Find Your Ancestors
Periodicals can fill in the pieces between the birth and death of your ancestor. Whether the information is biographical, a transcription, or reporting on an event, periodicals provide rich detail about your ancestor’s life. In this lecture we will discuss the types of periodicals that exist and what indexes (JSTOR…

Gena Philibert-Ortega
Wed, Oct 7 2015

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Wearables and Genealogy - Wacky and Wild or Worth the Wait
What if you could wear a device that would tell you all about a person as you stood in front of their gravestone? What about a device that told you that a DNA match was attending the same genealogy conference? These ideas may seem too futuristic, but they are...

Thomas MacEntee
Wed, Oct 14 2015

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Colonial Immigration - The English Pioneers of Early America
Imagine leaving everything you and your family has known for generations for an unexplored, unfamiliar, possibly hostile “New World.” Who were these people of unbounded courage, faith, and resiliency who ultimately laid the foundation for the America as we know it? What stories they must tell! What do the records…

Beth Foulk
Fri, Oct 16 2015

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Billions of Records, Billions of Stories
Volunteers around the world have now indexed and arbitrated over 1 billion records. This class will discuss the current initiatives of the FamilySearch Indexing community and provide an in-depth look at some of the stories being told.

Devin Ashby
Wed, Oct 21 2015

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What Happened to the State of Frankland - Using Tennessee's Pre-Statehood Records
Learn about the records (North Carolina & Tennessee) that exist for genealogists researching pre-statehood Tennessee (before 1796). Record types, finding aids, locations, and examples will be discussed and presented.

J. Mark Lowe
Wed, Oct 28 2015

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Complex Evidence - What is It? How Does it Work? And Why Does it Matter?
A genealogist’s goal is to establish identity and prove relationships; complex evidence is the ONLY way to do this. Follow a case study of clues from multiple sources to solve a problem.

Warren Bittner
Wed, Nov 4 2015

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Researching with Karen 3!
Feeling stuck? Have a difficult genealogy research problem? It may be time for a professional to assist. Join educator, author, and researcher, Karen Clifford, as she answers your questions and demonstrates how she solves genealogy cases. Seeing how someone else approaches a genealogy mystery can give you new ideas to…

Karen Clifford
Wed, Nov 11 2015

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Organizing Your Genetic Genealogy
In this one-of-a-kind lecture we will discuss various methods for keeping track of your DNA matches- especially your autosomal DNA matches. We will first discuss what kind of information you need to keep track of, and why. We will cover the basics of Excel, Word, email folders and correspondence. We…

Diahan Southard
Fri, Nov 13 2015

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Bringing it All Together and Leaving a Permanent Record
Perhaps you’ve been researching for 5 years – 15 years – or even 50 years. Your skills improve with each year. Learn how to review and prepare your data – so that you can leave it – permanently – on multiple sites. Make your data is available for your...

Tom Kemp
Wed, Nov 18 2015

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Mapping Madness
Learn where to find historical maps online and off. Discover mapping tools that help us understand our ancestors' migration patterns and how they lived. Learn about Google Maps, Bing Maps, MapCruncher, AniMap, and more.

Ron Arons
Wed, Dec 2 2015

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Stories in Stone - Cemetery Research
Ever wonder what various gravestone symbols mean? Is everything “set in stone” completely accurate? Gail will walk you through cemeteries all over the country with tips on how to use cemetery and associated records in your genealogy quest.

Gail Blankenau
Wed, Dec 9 2015

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Thinking about Becoming an Accredited Genealogist?
ICAPGenSM is a professional credentialing organization dedicated to testing an individual’s competence in genealogical research. The co-chairs of the ICAPGenSM Testing Committee will discuss the organization, the benefits of achieving an AG® credential, and the accreditation process.
Apryl Cox , Kelly Summers
Wed, Dec 16 2015

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Pointing Fingers at Ancestors' Siblings - Breaking Down Brick Walls with Collateral Research
Your brick wall is giving you countless headaches and troubles. Perhaps it's time to take a fresh look at different people in your family tree. In this webinar we will talk about doing in-depth research on cousins and siblings in order to remove genealogy obstacles.

Marian Pierre-Louis
Wed, Jan 6 2016

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Tap Into Your Inner Private Eye - 9 Strategies for Finding Living Relatives
Learn the techniques that Private Investigators use to track down missing people. These strategies will help you find those elusive living relatives who just may hold the key to your brick wall or possess that treasured photo you’ve been looking for.

Lisa Louise Cooke
Wed, Jan 13 2016

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Technology and Techniques for Differentiating Two People with the Same Name
Learn techniques for recording and organizing your research when you're not sure if you've got the right ancestor, or when you find several people with the same name. Get ideas for easily picking up old research and sharing your findings.

Geoff Rasmussen
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