“Exploring Ancestry” presented by Lois Mackin PhD.
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“Becoming an Intermediate,” presented by Lois Mackin, PhD.
“Maiden Names and Where to Find Them,” presented by Paula Stuart-Warren.
“Beginning German Research,” presented by Kim Ashford.
An experienced genealogist, translator, and author, Ole-Bjørn Tobiassen was born in Bergen, Norway and now lives in Hammond, WI. His book, “Thorhilde the Viking Queen,” covers the first migration to America through Iceland and Greenland. This presentation focuses on the historical research for the book. Register online or at the front desk.
“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.