Research Communities on Skype

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&nbsp;<br><span style="line-height: 1.5em;">Arkansas, United States&nbsp;</span><br>California, United States <br>Colorado, United States <br>Connecticut, United States<br>Delaware, United States<br>District of Columbia, United States <br><span style="line-height: 1.5em;">Hawaii, United States&nbsp;</span><br>Idaho, United States <br>Illinois, United States <br>Indiana, United States <br>Iowa, United States <br>Kansas, United States<br>Kentucky, United States <br>Maine, United States <br>Maryland, United States<br>Massachusetts, United States <br>Michigan, United States <br>Minnesota, United States <br>Missouri, United States <br>Montana, United States <br>Nebraska, United States <br>Nevada, United States<br>New Hampshire, United States <br>New Jersey, United States <br>New York, United States <br>North Carolina, United States <br>North Dakota, United States <br>Ohio, United States <br>Oregon, United States <br>Pennsylvania, United States <br>Tennessee, United States <br>Texas, United States <br>Utah, United States <br>Virginia, United States <br>West Virginia, United States<br>Wisconsin, United States''<br> ''
  
 
=== Latin America  ===
 
=== Latin America  ===

Revision as of 03:36, 31 January 2013

FamilySearch Communities This article is about an aspect of the Genealogy Research Communities sponsored by FamilySearch.

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We are excited to announce the creation of several online research communities powered by FamilySearch, and would like to take this opportunity to invite you to join! These communities are being created to help you and others researching in the same area to:
  • Collaborate on your research
  • Ask questions of each other
  • Share knowledge you have gained as you've done your own research in that area

Scroll down for instructions to join. There are groups in the following areas:

Ethnic Research Communities

African American (United States)
American Indian (Southeastern United States)
Hispanic (Americas)

North America

Canada
Canada First Nations

 
Arkansas, United States 
California, United States
Colorado, United States
Connecticut, United States
Delaware, United States
District of Columbia, United States
Hawaii, United States 
Idaho, United States
Illinois, United States
Indiana, United States
Iowa, United States
Kansas, United States
Kentucky, United States
Maine, United States
Maryland, United States
Massachusetts, United States
Michigan, United States
Minnesota, United States
Missouri, United States
Montana, United States
Nebraska, United States
Nevada, United States
New Hampshire, United States
New Jersey, United States
New York, United States
North Carolina, United States
North Dakota, United States
Ohio, United States
Oregon, United States
Pennsylvania, United States
Tennessee, United States
Texas, United States
Utah, United States
Virginia, United States
West Virginia, United States
Wisconsin, United States

Latin America

Argentina
Mexico
Mexico City, Mexico
Venezuela

Europe

Czechoslovakia
Denmark
England
Finland
Germany/Prussia
Ireland
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Scotland
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Wales

Africa

South Africa

Asia

Thailand

Oceania

Australia


To join a Skype group:

  1. Download the Skype program at Skype.com and register for an account.
  2. Send E-Mail to Research@FamilySearch.org and include your Skype username with the list of the groups you'd like to be added to. (see instructions for adding contacts in Skype)
  3. Join in the discussions! It's that easy. (see instructions for sending a message)
  4. Learn more about Skype in the Skype User's Guide.