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by Debra S. Mieszala, CG
James McBride seemingly vanished after coming of age. This case study presents how multiple versions of obituaries and other records helped uncover a name change, discover a famous James, and identify his kin.
by Cath Madden Trindle, CG
Provides an overview of land, tax, and court records with an emphasis on how these records intertwine and genealogical data and clues are included.
Learn how to locate court records that are often overlooked, but may be full of vital record information, biographical details, or information that isn't available anywhere else!
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by James L. Hansen, FASG
Newspapers are vitally useful sources, often including details recorded nowhere else. This lecture will discuss what can be found in newspapers (in whatever form/format), how to identify and track them down, and how to search them most effectively and efficiently.
by Kris W. Rzepczynski, MLS, MA
This program will explore records of birth, marriage, divorce, and death, their genealogical content, research strategies to identify exact event dates, and give specific examples of online indexes and records from across the United States.
by Pamela Boyer Sayre, CG, CGL
When you've looked in the usual starting places where do you go next? Learn to find biographical or historical information using online and traditional sources.
6th–11th September 2011