In Your Ancestor’s Kitchen: Researching the Items You Remember

Gena Philibert-Ortega
Apr 8, 2022
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About this webinar

Do you have a picture in your mind of your grandmother’s kitchen? What did she have? Do you remember her aprons, dishes, or that meat grinder that was mounted to the counter? Did you inherit something and wish you knew more about it? In this presentation we will take a look at the material culture of the kitchen and where you can find information about those items you remember and inherited.

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About the speaker

Gena Philibert-Ortega is an author, researcher, and instructor whose focus is genealogy, social and women’s history. She holds a Master’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies (Psychology and Women’s Studies) and a Master’s degree in Rel
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  1. KH
    Kim Hanks
    3 months ago

    Loved LOVED LOVED!! Not just for the great ideas, but I feel like my passion of owning and using every day items from my grandparents and my greats is not such a weird idea!

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    Kathie Grover-Miller
    6 months ago

    Late in the night but I enjoyed this very much. Thank you!

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    Cheryl Cady
    6 months ago

    Gena Philibert-Ortega is a wonderful presenter and always has new and fresh information to share. Her enthusiasm for the subject matter inspires me to research more and more!

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    Ralph Chumbley
    6 months ago

    This was a fun webinar. I took part in this class just out of curiosity. It spurred my thinking about applying this same process of research to my father’s tools. As an elder, I now know my younger family members don’t have a clue about what some of their great grandfather’s tools were used for. I can apply Gena’s guidance to a different area and I am sure will yield me results! And re: my great grandmother’s plates? I am using Gena’s techniques for researching those as well!

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    Graham Lowe
    6 months ago

    Gena, thank you for another fabulous ephemera presentation!!!

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    Traci S. Thysell-McPherson
    6 months ago

    Gena, I love your webinars. Lots of thoughtful ideas I hadn’t thought of, thank you.

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    Ann Cox
    6 months ago

    Interesting concept to include descriptions or photos of treasured items found in Mom’s or Grandma’s kitchen. I like it.

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    Fran Was
    6 months ago

    Loved the presentation will use her resources to research some items I have.

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