The Third Coast: How the Great Lakes Shaped America

The Third Coast: How the Great Lakes Shaped America


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by Cari Taplin, CG

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The Third Coast: How the Great Lakes Shaped America


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This program will examine the rich history of the Great Lakes region, particularly its role in U.S. expansion, through transportation, economic growth and defense, and relatable genealogical record sets. The program begins with an examination of the geography of the region, including early Native American influences. We will tour through topics such as commerce, shipping, war and defense, various ethnic groups that settled the area, and useful records for Great Lakes researchers.


 
 

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Presenter: Cari Taplin, CG

Cari A. Taplin is related to Roy Rogers. Or at least that’s what her family told her. As a result, finding her true heritage has been her focus since the year 2000. She is a native of Wood County, Ohio but now lives in Longmont, Colorado. Cari holds the Certified Genealogist® credential and has served in a wide variety of volunteer and leadership positions for state, local, and national societies. She currently serves as the Secretary for the Association for Professional Genealogists (APG), the President of the Lone Star Chapter of APG. She is former Vice President of Membership for the Federation of Genealogical Societies. As the owner of GenealogyPANTS, she provides speaking services. Cari currently works for Ancestry ProGenealogists. Cari’s personal research focuses on midwestern and Great Lakes states. When she’s not working on her genealogy, she is a wife and mother of two teenagers.

Cari Taplin, CG