This lecture focuses on how Germany’s history and culture have continually impacted each other. This is the fifth lecture in the series of ten lectures on German genealogical research by Larry Jensen. Handout links: Establishment of Civil Registration Establishment of the Gregorian Calendar French Republican Calendar German & Slavic Tribes Germany Cultural Divisions – …
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Do you feel drawn in a million directions as you try to build your family tree? Do you sometimes struggle with knowing where to start or what to do next? The timeline grid, a simple research template, may help focus your efforts. This webinar with Kathryn Grant demonstrates how to use the timeline grid …
Learn some paleography tips from Maureen Brady. Can’t access YouTube? Click here. Link to handout
Joe Everett presents on ideas to deal with hard-to-decipher German personal and place names. Link to handout. Can’t access YouTube? Click here.
In this webinar, Kathryn Grant explains to us the various aspects and practical uses of the Change Log on FamilySearch.org. Can’t access YouTube? Click here. Slide Deck Link : https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/15YJ_u_4SBDgLg8B0FsF22CztEPJvsJnCK_kZFw9ap_k/
In this webinar, Maureen Brady teaches us about the rich history of the census, as well as tips to best find your family in it! Handout: Click Here Can’t access YouTube? Click here.
This webinar covers the new features on Ancestry.com. Unable to access YouTube? Click here.
Kathryn Grant goes over the do’s and don’ts for helping other people get involved with family history. Unable to Access YouTube? Click Here Slide Deck
Amy Stoddard goes over a new feature that helps with reading older handwriting. Unable to access YouTube? Click Here Handout
Virtual Libraries: Where to Find Key Genealogical Library Collections: Annette Adams (14 April 2022)
Annette Adams gives an overview of several genealogical library collections and also explains how to access them Unable to Access YouTube? Click Here