Genealogy Evidence and Online Family Trees

Karen Clifford, AG
Apr 16, 2014
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Speaker's Introduction
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Vital Records
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Census Records
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Land Records
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Other Record Groups
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What To Do With This
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Genealogy Software
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How To Locate Sources
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Goal-Centered Research
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About this webinar

A person's identity is established through evidence. Usually that evidence comes from multiple record groups which when studied together either forges stronger links between family members, or weakens links (and confusion reigns.) Sometimes there are records about the same person which disagree. Become familiar with available tools from online family trees that can help to logically build the evidence to strengthen a claim to a specific ancestor.

About the speaker

About the speaker

Karen Clifford develops and teaches multiple online genealogy courses at colleges in California and Utah. She is an Accredited Genealogist® Professional and a Fellow of the Utah Ge
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