Sharecroppers and other rural families often seem difficult to trace. Discover the variety of records they left, where to find them, and what information they provide.
These are new webinars available to listen on demand. They include handout and references. Click on the button to order.
More Digital Records: The Family Search Catalog
Gail Jackson Miller, CG
Access more records available in the Family History Library in Salt Lake City from your own desk. Learn to use the FamilySearch.org Catalog more effectively to find those records not available online anywhere else.
You Can't Evade Taxes - At Least Not in Genealogy!
Webinar #2 - $5
Using that Brick Wall as a Foundation
Feel like you are at a dead end? By reviewing our research, and taking a fresh approach, we can often see new opportunities for finding our family. Learn to use those brick walls to rediscover what you know, and find what’s missing.
Deborah A Abbott, Ph.D.
Discovering Missing Threads & Patches in my Family History
The most difficult part of genealogical research for African Americans is finding and identifying slave ancestors and their owners, but as difficult as this might seem, it is not impossible. But for many people of African descent, the experience can become overwhelming. This lecture will focus on the clues and resources needed
Webinar #3 - $5
Using State Archives & Libraries from Afar
Digging Deeper: Getting Records away from Home
Learn about the wonderful records that exist for genealogists researching across the US today in the
State-level research facilities. Discover tools to accomplish long-distance research and develop a plan to solve your research problems.