Don’t miss this opportunity to spend two full days with Lisa Louise Cooke with Diahan Southard and Sunny Morton!
Friday, March 17, 2017 Seminar Topics Session 1: Developing Research Questions and Hypotheses; Planning an Exhaustive Search Pinpointing what a researcher wants to learn about an ancestor; strategies for determining which records to consult and where to find them; planning research
Tom Jones is known for meaty lectures benefiting genealogists of all experience levels. Audiences typically leave his lectures understanding that genealogical research can be more challenging than they had thought, but also that it can be much more fun.
Getting involved in managing our society is a fun way to meet people, expand your skills and give back to the genealogical community. We have a variety of event-specific and projected related opportunities that are posted on our Volunteer SignUp page, so be sure to
Curt Witcher, prominent genealogist, will discuss: Historical Research Methodology; German Migration into the Midwest; Fingerprinting our Families; Native American/First Nations Research. Walk-In’s are welcome!
Audio recording and handout from the April 2 General Meeting now available.
This two day seminar is a must for anybody looking for information on how to preserve photo’s, documents and memorabilia. Denise May Levenick, The Family Curator, is a widely respected expert on archiving and preserving family keepsakes.
Support page for the Simple Neon Login WordPress plugin that allows users to log into the web site using a UserID and Password maintained on a z2Systems Neon CRM platform. This is accomplished by utilizing the API interface and tools provided by z2Systems.
From Whence They Came Millions of people immigrated to this country. This seminar will help you understand why they left, how they got here and how to trace their steps with an emphasis on the British Isles. Paul Milner, professional genealogist
Webmasters Tony Hanson and Todd DeDecker have been hard at work developing the new DGS Web Site. They are asking members to provide some feedback on the current design: Grab a cup of coffee and then stop by to review