February 2020 Presentations

February brings members three great live presentations, beginning on Tuesday, February 4. If you attended the Virtual Conference, the recorded presentations are still available. Here’s the line-up for for February’s live presentations:

genealogy webinar presentations

Tuesday, February 4 8 pm Eastern

Sarah Cochran presents
“My DNA Brought Me to the Forest, But Where are the Trees?”
Genealogical DNA tests are bringing thousands of new cousins to our attention, but many of them don’t have trees attached to their test. Learn some new techniques for figuring out how these individuals connect with you. (The focus will be on Ancestry.com results.)


Sunday, February 16 1 pm Eastern

Debra Dudek presents
“Pinning Together Your Genealogical Past on Pinterest”

Pinterest can help you sort, share, and promote your genealogy projects. Learn how to create pins from your own research, collaborate with others on your projects, make a visual “to-do” list, save your must-have reads, and share your successes with others.


Saturday, February 22 11 am Eastern

Julie Szczepankiewicz presents
“FAN Out! Using Cluster Research to Break Through Brick Walls “

Using a variety of case studies, Julie will demonstrate how research the FAN (Friends, Associates and Neighbors) Club of a brick-wall ancestor to help answer crucial questions about place of origin or parents’ names.

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under the “Perks” tab.
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