The New Year is almost here so it's time for us to prepare! If one of your New Year's resolutions is to work on your family history, there is no better way to become energized than to take some classes. Join us for or FREE webinars.
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Newspapers: Critical Resource to Complete Your Family Tree
Presenter: Thomas Jay Kemp Director, Genealogy Products NewsBank, Inc.
Learn how to document the daily life of your ancestors in over 300 years of fragile, rare newspapers, books and documents. See how you can click and read articles about your ancestors, obituaries & marriage notices, military reports and even the sermons preached at their funerals! History comes alive as you climb beyond the names and dates on your family tree to the recorded details of their lives. Join librarian, lecturer, newspaper expert, and GenealogyBank.com's Thomas Jay Kemp for this one-hour webinar on U.S. newspaper research, including a demonstration of the historical newspapers, books, and documents available at GenealogyBank.com.
RecordSeek: Source Tool for the FamilySearch Family Tree™
Presenter: Cina Johnson Ohana Software/Real-Time Collaboration Customer Service and Training FamilySearch has chosen to make links to online documents the backbone of their source citations. To give you the freedom to create sources from any website or personally owned documents, we present RecordSeek Tree Connect by Real-Time Collaboration. This FamilySearch certified product can link the source directly to your ancestors on the FamilySearch Family Tree and put the source into Source Box so you can attach it to several different people. If you have a scanned document that you want to use as a source, that document can be uploaded to our website and a source will be created. This webinar will teach you how to use Record Seek Tree Connect to add sources to your family on FamilySearch. This great new tool is FREE so come join us and begin sourcing your family’s records on FamilySearch Family Tree. Thursday January 31 2013 Register Now 6:00 P.M. - 7:00 P.M. MST