Classes at San Diego California Large Multi-Stake Family History Center

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                                     Classes at the 
                 San Diego California Large Multi-Stake

                               Family History Center

                                            January - December 2012           

Ancestry Institution.com - Census Records/Family Trees. Instructor: Connie Higgins & Carol Harris, et al. Tuesdays & Wednesdays (a.m.) & Thursdays (p.m.) & 3rd Saturdays.


African-American Research. Instructor: Margaret Lewis.   Thursdays, 7 p.m.


FamilySearch.org (new version) -  Library Catalog - Books & Films Research.  Instructor: Allen Wampach. Tuesdays


Computer Basics.Instructor: John R. Carpenter. Saturdays


DNA & Genealogy.  Instructor: John R. Carpenter  Saturdays


Family History Center Computers - Desktop Icons. Instructor: Frank Klafs. Tuesdays and Wednesdays (a.m.)

Foreign Research - England.  Instructor: June Hanson  Thursdays (a.m.)


Foreign Research - Ireland. Instructor: TBA - Call.


Foreign Research - Germany.  Instructor: TBA - Call.


Foreign Research - Italy. Instructor: Cathy Premont.  Wednesdays, 11 a.m. 


Foreign Research - Mexico, Central & South America (en español)  Instructor: Marcy Lopez - Wednesday 2-8; Thursday 10 – 3


Indexing - How to help the indexing project. Instructor: Dawna Jones - Call.


New FamilySearch. Instructor: Susie Aincham.  Thursdays 6 p.m. & Tuesday to Saturday by various instructors as needed.


Personal Ancestral File (PAF). Instructor: Carol Harris, et al.  - Programs within PAF - Inserting Pictures and Stories - Creating a PAF file – Using Get My Ancestors from NFS. Tuesday & Wednesday (a.m.), Thursday (p.m.) & 3rd Saturday (a.m.)


Screen Shots/JPEG/Cropping.   Instructor: Bob Harris. - Windows XP, Vista & Windows 7 - Tuesday & Wednesday (a.m.), Thursday (p.m.) & 3rd Saturday (a.m.)


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