Webinars: Immigrants, Newspapers, Brick Walls, and Siblings

These were held in July–order immediate downloads.

Strategies for Crossing the Pond

Already held–see below to order.

Details: This session will discuss a variety of methods for tracing the “across the pond” origins of immigrant ancestors. It’s not just a list of sources, but focuses on process and procedures. Concepts also apply to tracing the origins of migrating ancestors who crossed the United States as well. All registrants receive a PDF copy of the session handout.

Order “Strategies for Crossing the Pond” for immediate download–$9.

Brick Wall Potpourri

Already held–see below to order.

Details: This presentation is a variety of “tips and tricks” for breaking brick walls that focusing on thinking “outside the box,” analyzing your process, getting past mind blocks, etc. It is not aimed at any one time period or location and is geared towards advanced beginner or intermediate researchers. All registrants receive a PDF copy of the session handout.

Order an immediate download of “Brick Wall Potpourri” for $9.

Newspapers

Already held–see below to order.

Details: This presentation will discuss how to determine what newspapers were published that could be relevant to your research, determining how to access these newspapers, and search strategies for digital and microfilm versions of old newspapers. All registrants receive a PDF copy of the session handout.

Order immediate download of Newspaper presentation for $9.

Researching the Entire Family

Already held–order below.

Details: This session will briefly discuss the importance of searching the entire family, strategies for determining who “likely other members of the family” are, what records are likely to provide clues as to these family relationships, and prioritizing your work on other family members in order to stay focused on your research goals. All registrants receive a PDF copy of the session handout.

Order immediate download for $9.

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