Date Time Topic Cost Description Register 26July 2012 3:00 PM CST 1820-1870 Census Case study—the Newmans $8.50 See how a family was traced in the 1820 through the 1870 census in the Midwest (KY, IN, IL). This case study will discuss search techniques, methodology, making certain you have the “right family,” correlating information, and more. Add to cart 26 July 2012 1:00 PM CST Crossing the Pond—Part II $8.50 This webinar will discuss reading, interpreting, and using passenger lists between 1820 and 1920. This session will not discuss search techniques of online databases, but will cover where to go once the manifest has been located, making certain you have the correct family and getting the most from what the manifest says. Attendees may wish to purchase our US […]
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