We’ve got three great presentations scheduled for April, beginning on Saturday, April 4. If you can’t attend the live presentation, the recordings are available to members for six months following. Here’s the April lineup:
Saturday, April 4 at 11 am Eastern
Cheri Hudson Passey presents
“Evidence: Direct, Indirect, or Negative? It Depends!”
Do you know the difference between direct, indirect, and negative evidence? Are you confused about why it matters? In this session examples of each of the three types of genealogy evidence will be presented along with explanations on how to recognize and use each to climb your family tree.
Tuesday, April 7 at 8 pm Eastern
Michelle Chubenko presents
” Using the Resources of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum”
This presentation introduces researchers to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum’s many digital collections to utilize when researching Holocaust and post-WWII immigrants. As the designated repository for North America, the USHMM offers all researchers access to the International Tracing Services digital archives as well as many exclusive Holocaust-related databases created from ghetto & camp lists, survivor testimonies, and many other resources.
Friday, April 17 at 8 pm Eastern
Lisa Lisson presents
“Researching Genealogy the Frugal Way!”
Genealogy research can be expensive, but it does not have to be. Subscription databases, travel to repositories, and hiring research can all strain a budget. Explore many free and low-cost strategies and options available to genealogy researchers.
Registration is available in the members area of our website,
under the “Perks” tab.
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