for Stateline Genealogy Club Program
February 9, 2018
Vicki’s note – Follow the links below to do optional “homework” so that you know more about what FamilySearch.org offers, especially if you can not make the program – 10 a.m. @ the Beloit Public Library – February 9, 2018 “How to Use FamilySearch.org”, by Nancy Ritter, Beloit Family History Center
At the end of the program , (as long as there is not a blizzard), we will be going on a car trip to the Beloit Family History Center 2535 Austin Place 608-362-4646. Nancy wants to show us some specialized databases that are only available at the Family History Center.
Click on the link to read the full article from FamilySearch.org, (thanks to Ron Zarnick).:
February 6, 2018 additon:
Digging for Historical Records on FamilySearch
by Sunny Morton
FamilySearch is arguably the world’s biggest free online portal to genealogical records. However, it’s easy to miss some of its valuable content, so join this insider’s tour of five places to find records on and off the site. This beginner-friendly lecture also helps experienced researchers to understand why the site is organized like it is—and to find records they may be missing (especially since microfilm lending has ended).
- Wednesday, February 07, 2018
- 8:00pm Eastern
- 7:00pm Central
- 6:00pm Mountain
- 5:00pm Pacific