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Saturday, March 20
Who Needed it Anyway? Researching Around the Missing 1890 Census  (Program)
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Online - Zoom
Presented by Sara Cochran
 
The loss of the 1890 Federal census is a source of great frustration for American Genealogists, but all hope is not lost! After a discussion of the fate of 1890 and what remains, learn strategies, and gather tips for success in locating your family in other records that were created between the 1880 and 1900 Federal censuses. These strategies are also helpful for tracing your family between any set of census records.
 

Sara is a full-time professional genealogist with over twenty-five years of research experience. Her research has taken her into nearly every State in the USA as well as Ireland, Italy, Austria, and Britain. She holds a Boston University Genealogical Research Certificate, a Bachelor’s Degree in Library Science, and is an alumnus of the ProGen Study Group. She started breaking down  brick walls, discovering the stories of black sheep ancestors, and helping individuals preserve their photographic legacy, in 2016.

 

Meeting Information will be included in your registration confirmation email.

Registration closes Friday March 19 at 5:00 PM

 



Saturday, April 17
Scotland’s Resources: There’s more to Scottish Research than Scotlandspeople!  (Program)
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Online - Zoom
Presented by Tina Beaird
 
There are dozens of sites available to help you in your Scottish research; Scotlandspeople is just the tip of the iceberg! Sites likd GenUKI, ScotlandsPlaces, SCAN and the National Library of Scotland are all free websites available to you from 'across the pond.'
 
Tina Beaird is the owner of Tamarack Genealogy and is the Genealogy / Local History Librarian at the Plainfield Public Library in Illinois. She lectures nationally on military research, genealogical methodology, Scottish records, and archival preservation. She is First Vice President of the Illinois Historical League and the Illinois State Historical Records Advisory Board. Tina volunteers her time with several local historical and genealogical societies scanning and indexing historic records. Tina loves to travel with her husband and her sons. An obsessive baseball fan, she has visited 22 of 30 Major League ballparks.
 



Saturday, May 15
German Research Online  (Program)
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
TBD
Presented by James Beidler
 
Searching for German-speaking ancestors is undergoing a paradigm shift in which the resources of Ancestry, FamilySearch and European-based Genealogy.net are all major players and German church records are being digitized. Learn about the many websites that can help you break down brick walls and find the villages of origin for your ancestors!
 
James M. Beidler is a research-reports editor for Legacy Tree Genealogists, author of four commercially published books, including The Family Tree Historical Atlas of Germany. Beidler also writes “Roots & Branches,” a weekly newspaper column and blog (at www.roots-branches.com), and is a German Life magazine columnist.