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Fri, November 19 2021: 19:00 UTC
Finding Your Scottish Ancestors in Canada
Fri, November 19 2021: 19:00 UTC
Scots began coming to Canada in the mid 1600s, first as entrepreneurs – men on the make, and then as a means to an end – ways to enjoy a better life and to have the opportunity to own their own land. Others were sent to Canada in hopes of…
Scots began coming to Canada in the mid 1600s, first as entrepreneurs – men on the make, and then as a means to an end – ways to enjoy a better life and to have the opportunity to own their own land. Others were sent to Canada in hopes of…
Fri, November 19 2021: 19:00 UTC

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My ancestors were Irish – or were they?
The webinar examines the history and origins of Irish surnames – native Irish, Scottish, English, Welsh, Huguenot, Viking, Gallowglass and Jewish. If you don’t know where in Ireland your ancestors originated, we’ll include tips to help you to narrow down the location. First names often followed a traditional naming pattern…
The webinar examines the history and origins of Irish surnames – native Irish, Scottish, English, Welsh, Huguenot, Viking, Gallowglass and Jewish. If you don’t know where in Ireland your ancestors originated, we’ll include tips to help you to narrow down the location. First names often followed a traditional naming pattern…
Fri, October 15 2021: 18:00 UTC
1:26:22
681 views
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A Cargo of Criminals: Transportation to Australia
Over the 80 years of convict transportation, hundreds of ships transported convicts to the penal settlements of Australia. This seminar focuses on the ships, the voyages, and the records relating to transported convicts.
Over the 80 years of convict transportation, hundreds of ships transported convicts to the penal settlements of Australia. This seminar focuses on the ships, the voyages, and the records relating to transported convicts.
Wed, October 6 2021: 1:00 UTC
1:30:03
513 views
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Born a Slave: Rediscovering Arthur Jackson's African American Heritage
Using his book by the same title as a guide, family historian and preservationist David W. Jackson inspires genealogists to embark on a quest to rediscover their ancestors of African descent. Jackson reveals his forty year quest culminating in a research breakthrough of a mysterious black ancestor, his great great…
Using his book by the same title as a guide, family historian and preservationist David W. Jackson inspires genealogists to embark on a quest to rediscover their ancestors of African descent. Jackson reveals his forty year quest culminating in a research breakthrough of a mysterious black ancestor, his great great…
Fri, October 1 2021: 18:00 UTC
1:22:46
633 views
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Beginning Ukrainian Genealogy
Learn which records are available to assist you in determining your Eastern European ancestor's home village and their emigration to the United States. Discover the resources for Ukrainian genealogy using regional resources and online tools. Examples of many different types of records and their importance, both from North American and…
Learn which records are available to assist you in determining your Eastern European ancestor's home village and their emigration to the United States. Discover the resources for Ukrainian genealogy using regional resources and online tools. Examples of many different types of records and their importance, both from North American and…
Wed, September 29 2021: 18:00 UTC
1:10:44
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Beginning Hungarian Genealogy
The search for Hungarian roots, though often made complex by various language and border changes, can be a greatly rewarding experience. The land has long been a crossroads, and Hungarian histories and records of genealogical interest are intertwined with neighboring countries and the empires and occupiers that ruled the area over the centuries. Lisa Toth Salinas, author of the Hungarian Genealogy Legacy QuickGuide™, presents an overview of the history and geography of modern day Hungary and its former lands, the types and whereabouts of available records, an introduction to the many resources available, and research strategies to aid you in a search for your Magyar roots.
The search for Hungarian roots, though often made complex by various language and border changes, can be a greatly rewarding experience. The land has long been a crossroads, and Hungarian histories and records of genealogical interest are intertwined with neighboring countries and the empires and occupiers that ruled the area over the centuries. Lisa Toth Salinas, author of the Hungarian Genealogy Legacy QuickGuide™, presents an overview of the history and geography of modern day Hungary and its former lands, the types and whereabouts of available records, an introduction to the many resources available, and research strategies to aid you in a search for your Magyar roots.
Fri, September 24 2021: 0:00 UTC
1:16:15
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A Toboggan Ride Through Canadian Records, eh!
This session will start with websites that are for all of Canada and then go from East to West on where to find records and resources in each province and territory.
This session will start with websites that are for all of Canada and then go from East to West on where to find records and resources in each province and territory.
Fri, September 17 2021: 18:00 UTC
1:03:54
2.4K views
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Researching Immigrants to New England in the Great Migration, 1620-1640
There are two mass movements called “Great Migrations” that affected the settlement that part of America known now as the United States. The earlier “Great Migration” refers to immigrants who came to America during the years from 1620 to 1633. The individual immigrants who arrived in America during this migration have been extensively documented by genealogist Robert Anderson working with The Great Migration Project. This webinar will explain this first Great Migration and highlight the work done by The Great Migration Project
There are two mass movements called “Great Migrations” that affected the settlement that part of America known now as the United States. The earlier “Great Migration” refers to immigrants who came to America during the years from 1620 to 1633. The individual immigrants who arrived in America during this migration have been extensively documented by genealogist Robert Anderson working with The Great Migration Project. This webinar will explain this first Great Migration and highlight the work done by The Great Migration Project
Fri, September 17 2021: 0:00 UTC
1:14:47
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Beneluxury Archives! How to get the best out of Belgian, Dutch and Lux archives online
Benelux ancestors? Be pampered with the Beneluxury lecture! Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, those countries so close on a map have common stories but their genealogical resources may differ How do you start a research there, especially if you’re living far away? How do you juggle with records from those neighbouring countries when they have so much History in common but also many differences? Follow the Beneluxury lecture, if you have ancestors in those areas, it’s going to be a real treat!
Benelux ancestors? Be pampered with the Beneluxury lecture! Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, those countries so close on a map have common stories but their genealogical resources may differ How do you start a research there, especially if you’re living far away? How do you juggle with records from those neighbouring countries when they have so much History in common but also many differences? Follow the Beneluxury lecture, if you have ancestors in those areas, it’s going to be a real treat!
Fri, September 17 2021: 0:00 UTC
1:06:04
2.1K views
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Afro-LatinX in the Old West
The Spanish brought Africans to be enslaved in their colonies in the Caribbean and the Americas. What was life like for those of African descent during Spanish colonial time, Mexico and after the regions became the western U.S.? Was life significantly different from enslaved Africans brought to North America? What records exist to tell of their lives?
The Spanish brought Africans to be enslaved in their colonies in the Caribbean and the Americas. What was life like for those of African descent during Spanish colonial time, Mexico and after the regions became the western U.S.? Was life significantly different from enslaved Africans brought to North America? What records exist to tell of their lives?
Fri, September 17 2021: 0:00 UTC