Genealogy for Houses

Jeanie F Glaser
Jun 30, 2021
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Speaker's Introduction
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About this webinar

Learn how to read the features of a building as a multi-layered story and interpret them in a historical and ethnocultural context. Discover documentation from a wide variety of sources that will bring life and identity to your understanding of your four (or more!) walls. Questions we’ll learn how to answer include: How old is that house? Who built it and who lived there subsequently? Who added that wing in the back? Who did that weird thing to the floor, and why? Examples will focus on early vernacular dwellings from the mid-Atlantic region of the US, but the methods discussed can be applied throughout the United States to buildings of residential, ancillary, commercial, or industrial use.

About the speaker

About the speaker

Tired of asking her mother to explain how she was related to a family member she called “Aunt” (but was actually first cousin once removed to); Jeanie sat down and began building her family tree a decade ago. If you’re reading th
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  1. WV
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    4 months ago

    Some of the information I already knew, but it was good to refresh my mind.

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  2. WV
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    4 months ago

    very interesting ways to determine history of house

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  3. WV
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    4 months ago

    Extensive amount of information was presented. Loved it! Thanks for all you are doing for us!

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  4. WV
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    4 months ago

    Interesting topic, well organized, informative, stayed on task. Well done!

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  5. WV
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    4 months ago

    Very interesting and informative.

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  6. WV
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    4 months ago

    Although not all directly applicable to researching the history of houses in Canada, I found Jeanie’s presentation very informative. Although probably somewhat nervous, she gave a great first-time presentation on Legacy Family Tree Webinars. Thank you Geoff for giving her this opportunity!

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  7. WV
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    4 months ago

    well done and east to follow

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  8. WV
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    4 months ago

    Really fun. (Didn’t expect saw-marks to come into it!)

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