“Becoming an Intermediate,” presented by Lois Mackin, PhD.
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“Maiden Names and Where to Find Them,” presented by Paula Stuart-Warren.
“Beginning German Research,” presented by Kim Ashford.
“Genealogy & the Internet: Make It Work For You.” Searching for family history online has never been easier; learn what is and is not available, how to access it, and how to make it work for you. Did you know that you can get a variety of results using different search engines? The lecture includes the… Read more »
“A Case Study in Genealogic Problem Solving,” presented by Shirleen Hoffman.
“Major Midwestern Archives & Their Records.” Presented by Paula Stuart-Warren. This lecture will highlight some major Midwestern archives and their holdings, finding aids, websites, special indexes, and available assistance for those not visiting in-person. An overview of each state archive will be covered, but some will be covered in greater detail. For the ones covered… Read more »
“Now That You’ve Tested.” Presented by Lois Mackin, PhD.
“A Century After the Flu Pandemic,” presented by Professor Kurt Leichtle. The presentation will be followed by a meeting of the Genealogy Club. Everyone welcome.
“Exploring Family Search,” presented by Lois Mackin, PhD.
“Using the Minnesota and Wisconsin Historical Societies for Genealogical Research,” presented by Tina Norris M.L.I.S.