Other Events

CAGGNI - Deconstructing Your Family Tree: Re-Evaluating the "Evidence"
May 21, 10:30am – 12:15pm CDT

Description: https://caggni.org/event-4576183/Registration

Newspaper Databases at Mid-Continent Public Library
Tue Jun 7, 6:30pm - 7:30pm CDT

Register: www.mymcpl.org/events/74872/newspaper-databases-mid-continent-public-library
Learn about the online newspaper databases accessible through MCPL. Registration is required and closes 1 hour before the start of the program. An email address is required when registering to attend on Zoom.

Genealogy: Researching Adopted Ancestors
Thur, June 16, 5pm – 8pm CDT

Register: https://boston-public-library.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMof-Crrj4iHNTvxwLVrAN9BcFriRK9VBaR
Adoption has existed in one form or another for much of human history. Whether formal or informal, adoptions can play a significant role in shaping one’s family tree. This class will provide an overview of the history of adoption in the United States and some of the resources available to research adopted ancestors.

WGS - Swedish-American Church Books - Great Genealogical Resource!
Tue, June 21, 7pm – 8pm CDT

Webinar Description: Many Swedish emigrants to North America joined a Swedish-American Church. Many of these churches kept detailed records similar to the church records within Sweden. They can also serve as a substitute for the missing 1890 U.S. Census. Registration: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5216506893954821645

What It Does Not Say, with Michael John Neill
Sun, Jul 10,  2:00-3:00 PM CDT

Presented by Omaha Public Library
Registration is required: https://omaha.bibliocommons.com/events/search/local_start=2022-07-10%20TO%20&fq=audiences:(573104db976604f471000011)/event/62017486adc4372800c37416 and closes 24 hours before the event begins. A link to the Zoom meeting and a handout will be emailed to all registrants the evening before the program (whether or not you plan to attend in person). The program will be recorded and available to registrants for one month after the event. This presentation focuses on techniques and good practices for obtaining and organizing all the information that you can locate on a person, allowing you to resolve questions and break through brick walls

Ten Skills Every Genealogist Needs
Mon, July 11, 1pm – 2pm CDT

Nancy Loe, MLS, MA
Register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/412179844008576268
Ten information management and research skills that help you uncover new resources, extract more information from records, defeat brick walls, share information with other researchers, and stay organized.

Truckee Meadow Community College Library Open Genealogy Lab
Fri, July 15, 1:30pm – 2:30pm CDT

Presentation by Jerry Grant, Director of Collections and Research at the Shaker Museum in New Lebanon, New York.
To register, email Suzanne Malek, TMCC Reference/Genealogy Librarian: smalek@tmcc.edu. Check out the great resources on TMCC Library Open Genealogy Lab LibGuide: http://libguides.tmcc.edu/c.php?g=606579

WGS - Wisconsin Germans: How they Kept the Ties that Bind
Tue, July 19, 7pm – 8pm CDT

Registration: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7174378662233235471
Webinar Description: Germans flocked to Wisconsin and settled in communities of like-minded, and like-speaking, fellow ex-pats. How did they manage to keep close to their kin in the old country (or did they)? How did they keep their faith and culture in the new world? What occupations, activities, and lifestyles were hallmarks of the Wisconsin Deutsch? What were the greatest challenges in the new country, with others who immigrated from various cultures? These and others, including some research suggestions, will be addressed

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