Trousers, Black Domestic, Tacks & Housekeeping Bills: Problem-Solving with “Trivial Details”

Elizabeth Shown Mills, CG, CGL
Jan 27, 2023
2.3K views
Advanced
CC
Want to watch the full webinar?
Join now to access all 1,917 webinars and unlock all features.

Content

Play. Playing.
Welcome
3m 24s
Play. Playing.
Speaker's Introduction
3m 25s
Play. Playing.
Introduction
1m 46s
Play. Playing.
Basic Principles
10m 02s
Play. Playing.
Case Studies: John Hickman
2m 23s
Play. Playing.
Celeste LaCombe
2m 38s
Play. Playing.
Trousers for Elijah
4m 23s
Play. Playing.
Evidence Analysis Process Map
2m 43s
Play. Playing.
Marie Louise Mariotte
6m 12s
Play. Playing.
James Ball
6m 01s
Play. Playing.
FAN Club
1m 34s
Play. Playing.
Hugh Griffin
4m 56s
Play. Playing.
Thomas Anderson
5m 31s
Play. Playing.
Nancy Flanders
3m 09s
Play. Playing.
Bachariah Harper
5m 02s
Play. Playing.
Conclusion
1m 52s
Play. Playing.
Announcements / prizes
5m 59s
Play. Playing.
Questions / answers
10m 34s

About this webinar

The records we use are filled with “trivia,” bits and pieces of information that seem to have no “genealogical” value—at least not until we become more innovative in our research and analysis. Each piece of trivia in every document is an opportunity waiting to be connected to something else. Our ability to resolve problems depends upon our ability to make those connections. This class explores eighteen types of records and the kind of hidden clues each offers to help us resolve problems of identity, kinship, and origin.

*** This class requires an active webinar membership to attend. ***

About the speaker

About the speaker

Across a long career, Elizabeth Shown Mills, CG, CGL, FASG, FUGA, FNGS, has been an innovator of research methods and strategies. Published widely by academic and popular presses, she edited a national-level scholarly journal for 16 years, taught
Learn more...

Comments (234)

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

1000 characters remaining

Sort by Newest
Sort by Close.
  • Newest
  • Oldest
  • Likes
  1. MH
    MICHAEL HESS
    4 days ago

    As always, great lecture.

    Reply
  2. JH
    Jane Halloran
    1 week ago

    What a fantastic lecture. Thank you very much. I will definitely be at the next class.

    Reply
  3. GS
    Georgianna Seko
    1 week ago

    This was an excellent webinar and should not be missed by anyone who does genealogical research. Thank you so much.

    Reply
  4. KC
    KJ Corbett
    1 week ago

    I truly enjoyed this presentation. As a former DAR Registrar and Lineage Researcher for DAR, you have reinforced many things I felt were correct in searching for families through other sources such as Estate Sales. Thank you so much.
    KJ Proctor-Corbett

    Reply
  5. JF
    Janice Feather
    1 week ago

    Paradigm shifting. Thank you Elizabeth!!

    Reply
  6. PS
    Patricia Strot
    1 week ago

    Fantastic and thank you!

    Reply
  7. RG
    Robin Grantham
    1 week ago

    A master’s degree in genealogy in one hour. Thank you for sharing your insights.

    Reply
  8. HS
    Helen Schenkelaars
    2 weeks ago

    Just brilliant! Fabulous handout too.

    Reply

Related Webinars