Webtember

Take your genealogy skills to the next level with this FREE online genealogy conference, held each Friday in September: 30 live and pre-recorded webinars in all. Join live for all four Fridays or just one, and if you can’t, we’ve got you covered! Enjoy the recordings at your convenience — they’ll be free to view through the end of the month.

Register here to attend the live classes. Pre-recorded classes will appear below beginning September 3.

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Fri, September 24 2021: 12:00 UTC
Webtember: All Genealogy. All September Long.
Fri, September 24 2021: 12:00 UTC
Take your genealogy skills to the next level with this FREE online genealogy conference, held each Friday in September: 30 live and pre-recorded webinars in all. Join live for all four Fridays or just one, and if you can't, we've got you covered! Enjoy the recordings at your convenience…
Take your genealogy skills to the next level with this FREE online genealogy conference, held each Friday in September: 30 live and pre-recorded webinars in all. Join live for all four Fridays or just one, and if you can't, we've got you covered! Enjoy the recordings at your convenience…
Fri, September 24 2021: 12:00 UTC

Featured Webinars

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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
2.1K views
Free
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
57:13
161 views
Free
A Step Through Time(lines)
Timelines are a great tool for gathering together your research on an ancestor and their family. Learn tips and tricks on creating these and using them in your research and when you publish your family story.
Timelines are a great tool for gathering together your research on an ancestor and their family. Learn tips and tricks on creating these and using them in your research and when you publish your family story.
Fri, September 17 2021: 0:00 UTC
1:14:47
31 views
Free
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
54:09
50 views
Free
Out of the Ballot Box: Voter Registrations & Records
This lecture introduces a little-used record group that will open new research avenues into ancestors’ lives. Find how to use early voter registration records and where to find them. These records may make or break your family puzzle. Did your ancestor naturalize in the United States before 1906, but you can’t find the court his papers were filed at? Voter registrations are sometimes a valuable clue, they often ask about the court of naturalization.
This lecture introduces a little-used record group that will open new research avenues into ancestors’ lives. Find how to use early voter registration records and where to find them. These records may make or break your family puzzle. Did your ancestor naturalize in the United States before 1906, but you can’t find the court his papers were filed at? Voter registrations are sometimes a valuable clue, they often ask about the court of naturalization.
Fri, September 17 2021: 0:00 UTC
1:06:04
2.1K views
Free
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
1:09:47
2.1K views
Free
Genealogy on the Go with the MyHeritage Mobile App
Sometimes our best genealogy work is done out “in the field” and far away from our desks. Continue your family history research while on the go using the MyHeritage Mobile App. Genealogy doesn’t have to stop because you’re on the move. You’ll be able to enjoy MyHeritage features from the palm of your hand and enrich your tree whether you’re at a family reunion or traveling abroad to explore your family origins.
Sometimes our best genealogy work is done out “in the field” and far away from our desks. Continue your family history research while on the go using the MyHeritage Mobile App. Genealogy doesn’t have to stop because you’re on the move. You’ll be able to enjoy MyHeritage features from the palm of your hand and enrich your tree whether you’re at a family reunion or traveling abroad to explore your family origins.
Fri, September 17 2021: 0:00 UTC
1:00:52
254 views
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Free
Diaries, Journals and Calendars: Preserving and Document Your Ancestor’s Day-to-Day Life
Many of our ancestors recorded their day-to-day lives in diaries, journals and calendars. Learn how to extract all the wonderful genealogical and historical information contained these sources and also how to physically preserve them for the next generation.
Many of our ancestors recorded their day-to-day lives in diaries, journals and calendars. Learn how to extract all the wonderful genealogical and historical information contained these sources and also how to physically preserve them for the next generation.
Fri, September 10 2021: 0:00 UTC
46:37
94 views
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Did your Abuelita…? Seeking Jewish Heritage
This covers customs and traditions often observed, without knowing why, in Hispanic families with Jewish ancestry (whether known, unknown, or denied). The results of a DNA test are the first indications of this heritage for many individuals, and this presentation gathers these observances and explains them to those who have long forgotten why they are still done and what they mean.
This covers customs and traditions often observed, without knowing why, in Hispanic families with Jewish ancestry (whether known, unknown, or denied). The results of a DNA test are the first indications of this heritage for many individuals, and this presentation gathers these observances and explains them to those who have long forgotten why they are still done and what they mean.
Fri, September 10 2021: 0:00 UTC