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Thursday, January 28
Colonial America  (Study Group)
7:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Online - Zoom
Facilitators: Pam and Jim Caruso
 
We will be discussing Pennsylvania and the Quaker influence. Please let me know if you have other Colonial America topics that we can research and discuss, perhaps trade and currency, since there was no federal bank in early days. What about military regiments of the colonies which essentially were the police force? Medicine and health care? Do you have any interesting people in your family that you can share? Send an email to colonialamerica@crcgs.org with your thoughts.
 
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Thursday, February 4
Using Social History for Genealogy: Filling in the Gaps Between Birth, Marriage and Death  (Class)
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Online - Zoom
Presented by Noel Ferre
 

Our ancestors have stories to tell well beyond their vital records. Please join us to learn how to research the social history surrounding our ancestors and fill in the blanks that made up their everyday life. Learn how, through the use of Social History, you can build their life stories and in the process uncover a bit more of your family tree.

We’ll explore the benefits of using Social History, where to look and what to do with our new information. Let’s breathe some life into our ancestors and bring context to their daily lives!

 

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Thursday, March 4
Expanding your success with Family Search: a focus on records that are not digitally indexed  (Class)
10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Online - Zoom
Presented by Debbie Shaw Schwartz
 
Familysearch.org is one of the best resources for finding information and records.  They have scanned and uploaded billions of records from places all over the world.  And, as hard as they are working to digitize and index those records, as many as 50-60% are not searchable digitally.  So, when you enter your name/s and don’t get results, does that mean records for your ancestors are not there?  Not necessarily.  In this presentation, I will show you many ways to find records and information without a digital index on Family Search. 
 
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