Upcoming lectures and webinars

The first half of my year is starting to shape up already, with a few already scheduled in the second half. Here are my upcoming lectures and webinars. (You can also keep up to date with my upcoming appearances using the calendar embedded in the sidebar on the right.) If you are interesting in my speaking at your event, please contact me through my website.

2 February 2012: “RootsTech Genealogy Idol,” live at the RootsTech conference, Salt Lake City, Utah, and via webinar. Hosted by Geoff Rasmussen, Legacy Family Tree. More information at http://rootstech.org/schedule/thursday/TU025 and http://news.legacyfamilytree.com/legacy_news/2012/01/genealogy-idol-competition-finalists-announced-and-sign-up-to-watch-and-vote.html. Click here to register for the webinar.

13 February 2012: “Using Civil War Records to Research African American Ancestors,” webinar, sponsored by the Friends of the National Archives – Southeast Region. More information at http://friendsnas.org/webinarSch.htm

23 February 2012: “Using the Genealogical Proof Standard to Research a Slave Community,” University of Maryland, College Park.

7 March 2012: “African American Genealogy: Tearing Down the Brickwalls,” Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Registration information at http://www.hsp.org/node/2311 (scroll down).

17 March 2012: Workshop at Genealogy Center, Tulsa City-County Library, Tulsa, Oklahoma:

  • “What is a ‘Reasonably Exhaustive Search’?”
  • “Using the Genealogical Proof Standard to Research a Slave Community”
  • “Research in the Old Line State: An Overview of Maryland Genealogy”
  • “Researching Online at the Maryland State Archives Website”

22 March 2012: “Genealogical Resources in Maryland,” on “Research at the National Archives & Beyond” with Bernice Bennett, BlogTalkRadio. More information at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/bernicebennett.

17 April 2012: Delaware Genealogical Society, Wilmington. Subject still to be determined.

28 April 2012: Sussex County Genealogical Society Spring Conference, Georgetown, Delaware.

  • “Online State Resources for Genealogy: Beyond Ancestry & FamilySearch”
  • “Researching Online with the Maryland State Archives website”
  • “Genealogy in your Genes: Using DNA for Genealogy Research”

9-12 May 2012: National Genealogical Society Annual Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio.

  • “African American Genealogy: Tearing Down the Brickwalls”
  • “Online State Resources for Genealogy: Beyond Ancestry(TM) and FamilySearch(TM)”

More information at http://www.ngsgenealogy.org/cs/conference_info.

19 May 2012: Tennessee Genealogical Society, Memphis.

  • “What is a ‘Reasonably Exhaustive Search’?”
  • “Your Civil War Ancestors: Beginning Your Research”
  • “Online State Resources for Genealogy”
  • “Reconstructing a Slave Community Using the Genealogical Proof Standard”

More information at http://www.tngs.org/ (scroll down).

10-15 June 2012: Institute of Genealogical and Historical Research, Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama.

Course 3: Research in the South, Part I

  • “Maryland Resources – Part 1″
  • “Maryland Resources – Part 2″
  • “State Archives & Other Online Resources of the South”

Course 8: Researching African-American Ancestors: Slave & Reconstruction Era Records

  • Records of the Slave Claims Commissions

More information at http://www4.samford.edu/schools/ighr/index.html.

12 September 2012: “What is a ‘Reasonably Exhaustive Search’?” webinar, sponsored by Legacy Family Tree. More information at http://www.legacyfamilytree.com/webinars.asp.

24 October 2012: “Your Civil War Ancestors: Beginning Your Research” webinar, sponsored by Legacy Family Tree. More information at http://www.legacyfamilytree.com/webinars.asp.

One response to this post.

  1. Great schedule !

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