The Intricacies of Autosomal DNA
A hands-on presentation with members encouraged to bring their Family Tree DNA or Ancestry DNA analysis
Miners, Ranchers & More: Find Your Colorado Roots
Learn about the wide variety of resources available for researching your Colorado ancestors.
Annette Burke Lyttle
This presentation will describe the holdings and research facilities of the National Archives central and regional locations, with a focus on the National Archives at Denver.
Searching for Your Irish Roots
The speaker will share her 20 years of research experience and how she found and met her mother’s living relatives in Tralee, County Kerry, Ireland.
Organizing Your Genealogy without Losing Your Mind
This lecture will discuss techniques to organize your genealogy so you will spend more time researching and less time reorganizing.
The Dos and Don’ts of Archiving Your Genealogical Material “Clean, Dry, Dark and Cool”
Preserving family treasures is part of many genealogists’ activities. Shaun Boyd, Archivist with the Douglas County History Research Center, will talk about conditions of storage, common problems with choosing which materials to save, and what to do with all those pesky computer files.
Annual CRCGS Picnic
DNA Beginner’s Workshop – Focus on Testing
Homestead Records and Public Land Survey Systems
This lecture will discuss the Homestead Act of 1862, and help you to understand the Public Land Survey System (PLSS) upon which it was based.
Researching US Military Records
The presenter will discuss researching military records in the United States. He will focus on bounty land warrants, military service records and pension records.
AM DNA Lecture: The Joys and Perils of DNA Testing
What You Need to Know to Be an Ethical Genetic Genealogist
PM DNA Open House Table: Ask questions, purchase DNA test kits
Falling for Genealogy: A Free Open House
DNA Intermediate Workshop – Focus on Results
CRCGS Holiday Celebration