Presented by Gene Norris, Sr. Genealogist, Cherokee National Research Center
This is a free online event, everyone is welcome. It is for beginner, intermediate and advanced family researchers. To request a Zoom link for this presentation about the exhibits, events, and the culture and History of the Cherokee Nation, please email email@example.com.
Presented by Karen A. Fortin
Presented by Milwaukee County Genealogical Society
Presented by Thomas MacEntee with the Rock County Genealogical Society
While AI (artificial intelligence) might be the current “hot” buzz word, the fact is that many genealogy vendors and even genealogists have already been using this technology for years. The AI industry is at a crossroads and within the next five years, it will permeate almost every aspect of business and society. Learn how AI is currently being used to improve the genealogy experience, and whether or not you should seek out other uses of artificial intelligence for your own genealogy research. Register for the Zoom link: us02web.zoom.us/j/89679775121
Presented by the Grand Army of the Republic Civil War Museum
Strange but true; this axiom was never more relevant than describing many of the unusual and extraordinary occurrences during the four years of the Civil War. This presentation focuses on unusual and often controversial incidents and events. Topics include the fascinating story of murder and deceit of the incredible General Daniel E. Sickles, the strange case of Ulric Dahlgren and the plot to kill the Confederate President, the spy who was hung twice and buried in three places, dueling generals, murders, the plot to burn New York, sensational trials, and the stories of eccentric and unusual personalities and events. Reservations for this virtual program may be made by sending an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please Copy/Paste the address into your email. For details see https://garmuslib.org/future-events.
Presented by Kelli Bergheimer with the San Mateo County Genealogical Society
Use a research report to formulate a question, organize your information, and track your progress in answering your question or brick wall. A research report will allow you to set something aside and jump back in as new information is found. Learn to use research reports and digital or paper folder structures to organize and help you make progress in your research. Kelli Bergheimer is a writer, teacher, editor, and international genealogical speaker.
Kelli holds a Bachelor’s in Biology, a Master’s in Education: Curriculum and Instruction, and a Master’s in Business Management. Kelli is the Director of Curriculum and Assessments for Blue Kayak, a K-12 textbook company. She also works as the Director of Education for Your DNA Guide. Kelli runs a small business—Mess on the Desk, a genealogical organization company with a YouTube channel. Kelli is the facilitator for Genetics, Genealogy, and You, an online DNA Interest Group.Everyone is welcome to attend. Registration link will be available on the website closer to the event date. If you want to attend this, be sure to put a reminder on your calendar for registering toward the end of January. For details see www.smcgs.org/event-5438716
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