Two Additional Genealogy Programs by Vicki Ruthe Hahn –
Sept. 25 and Oct. 23, 2017 at NSLD, North Suburban Library District, Illinois:
These are both free 1 hour classes available to all.
6340 N. Second St.
Loves Park, IL 61111
5562 Clayton Circle
Roscoe, IL 61073
“Family History for Beginners, and Detective Techniques for Experienced Genealogists”
Monday, September 25 from 2-3pm at NSLD Roscoe, Illinois
Effectively find the most that you can about your family history with hands-on exercises, and examples. Be successful using basic genealogy research methods. Learn how to: search archives and on-line, record evidence, organize your genealogy, use timelines and “FAN” clubs, analyze records, and find missing clues based on what you know, etc.
Research Your Overseas Ancestors Without Going ‘Across the Pond’”
Monday, October 23 from 2-3 at NSLD Loves Park, Illinois
Learn how to find your immigrant ancestors’ information in U.S. records, in over-seas on-line genealogy databases, and in other, mostly-free, resources. How histories and maps help track their immigrations. What to do about language barriers.
Vicki Ruthe Hahn – Public Services Librarian, Beloit Public Library, WI – BA and MLIS University of Illinois. Blog creator of “StatelineGenealogyClub.Wordpress.com” 2014 ; founder of Stateline Genealogy Club @ Beloit Public Library 2012. “Stateline Genealogy Sorter” SGS, with a background in Anthropology, History, clothing history, and teaching, she sorts out mysteries, rediscovers histories, weaves stories, and helps people with their family genealogy and local history, specializing from Central Illinois to Central Wisconsin.