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Class Schedule, Brief Summaries, Links to Handouts

8:00-9:00am
• Free Subscription Websites at the FHC
• Fleshing Out Your LDS Pioneer History
• Records of the Poor

Presented in this class will be the causes and solutions to poverty issues, reasons for using records of the poor, and how to locate those records. Many examples of this record type will be shown. (handout)

• Family History on a Mac Computer
• Tips for Ancestry.com

Come get helpful tips using one of the most popular genealogy subscription websites. Ancestry.com is FREE at your local Family History Center.

• British Research for Beginners
• Google Searches for Genealogy Webinar
9:10-10:10am
• Comparing Ancestral Quest, Family Insight, Legacy Family Tree & Roots Magic
• Genealogy--From Chaos to Computers
• Using Military Records in Colonial America

Given in this class will be the why, the how and the where of locating military records for this turbulent time in our history. Many examples of these records will be shown. There will be mention made of groups who composed "the other side of the story" and were known as the Loyalists, the Hessians, pacifist groups or British soldiers who stayed in Canada or the United States. (handouts)

• German Research Tips
• Becoming Familiar with FamilySearch.org

Become familiar with the most powerful genealogy website. There is something on the website for the beginner as well as for the advanced genealogist.

• British Isles Research—Beyond Parish Records
• Google Docs Webinar
10:20-11:20am
• Maps—the Best Kept Secret
• Mastering Roots Magic

This class will cover a basic introduction to Roots Magic, including:creating and opening a family database, adding and editing people to the file, how to find people and information in your family database. We will cover all the features in the Roots Magic database, including how it works with Family Search to make transferring information easier.

• Rebs or Yanks—Locating Civil War Records
• Beginning Hispanic Research—in Spanish
• Using Social Networking

Overview of how to connect with family members as well as others who share your interest in genealogy and family history.

• New.familysearch.org—Beginning
• Backing Up Your Genealogy Webinar
12:00-1:00pm
• Mastering Family Insight
• Writing Personal and Family Histories
• How Do I Begin Working on My Family History-Part 1
• How To’s and Blessings of Family Reunions
• Publishing Your Family History

Projects Come find ways to share your family history information with family and friends. Great Christmas present ideas.

• New.familysearch.org—Advanced
• Blogging for Beginners Webinar
1:10-2:10pm
• Mastering Legacy Family Tree
• Digitizing and sharing pictures, videos, audios and albums using free software
• How Do I Begin Working on My Family History-Part 2
• Using Newspapers--webinar
• Becoming Familiar with FamilySearch.org (repeat)
• Indexing—Giving Back in Only 30 Minutes a Week
• Google Earth for Genealogy Webinar
2:20-3:20pm
• Mastering Ancestral Quest
• Oral Histories—Memory Joggers
• Courthouse Research Webinar
• Using Social Networking (repeat)
• How to Create and Share Digital Family Movies
• Dropbox Webinar
• Records of the Poor (repeat)

Presented in this class will be the causes and solutions to poverty issues, reasons for using records of the poor, and how to locate those records. Many examples of this record type will be shown.  (handout)

 

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