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Angela Walton-Raji lectures on researching African-Native American history. She stresses using standard genealogical methodology.
Dr. Quintard Taylor discusses the nature of African-American history in the western United States, as it relates to genealogical research.
The following presentations were given by FamilySearch presenters at RootsTech 2014. Thursday, February 6: • Keynote—Dennis Brimhall, Annelies van den Belt, and Ree Dummond • Top 10 Things I Learned About My Family from My Couch—Tammy Hepps • Do It Yourself Photo Restoration—Ancestry Insider • The Genealogist Gadget Bag—Jill Ball and panel • Intro to DNA for Genealogists—James Reader • Genealogy in the Cloud—Randy Hoffman • Sharing Your Family History with Multimedia—Michael LeClerc Friday, February 7: • Keynote—Judy Russell and Dr. Spencer Wells • Storytelling Super Powers: How to Come Off as Your Family's Genealogy Hero—David Adelman • Tweets, Links, Pins, and Post: Break Down Genealogical Brick Walls with Social Media—Lisa Alzo • 5 Ways to Do Genealogy in Your Sleep—Deborah Gamble • Finding Family and Ancestors Outside the USA with New Technologies—Daniel Horowitz • Getting the Most Out of Ancestry—Christa Cowen • How to Interview Yourself for a Personal History—Tom Taylor Saturday, February 8: • Keynote—Todd Hansen and Stephanie Nielson • Becoming an iPad Power User—Lisa Louise Cooke • Information Overload: Managing Online Searches and Their Results—Josh Taylor • A Beginners Guide to Going Paperless—Randy Whited
Beth Wilson focuses on tracing your Afro-American ancestors through census, probate and land records starting with the 1930 U.S. census and going back in time.