Monday, June 25, 2007

Got New England Ancestors?

Classes at the Family History Library this Saturday

DearREADERS,
If your ancestors hail from New England AND you are going to be in Salt Lake City on Saturday, you'll be happy to note this morning’s Salt Lake Tribune suggests attending “Classes on New England research. The Family History Library at Temple Square is offering an all-day series of classes on New England research. Topics include collections, land and tax records and military records. The free event is Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Space is limited. Call 801-240-4950 or visit www.familysearch.org.”

To find out more, Ol’ Myrt went to the website, clicked the LIBRARY tab, and clicked EDUCATION. Among the offerings are these events:

Upcoming Saturday Research Series
(Subject to change. Send e-mail to
FHLClassReg@ldschurch.org before making plans.)
See the monthly calendars and series posters, as available, for more details.

Day

Topic

30 June


New England States Research Series

7 July


Family Fun with Family History Day

14 July


Midwestern States Research Series; Family History Consultant Training

21 July


Norway Research Series; France Research Series

28 July


LDS Research Series

4 August


Multi-Media Family History Series

11 August


Hands-on Personal Ancestral File Series

18 August


Dutch Research Series

25 August


Italian Research Series

8 September


Colonial U.S. Research Series

15 September


Published Family History Series

22 September


Swedish Research Series

6 October


Finding your Immigrant Ancestors Research Series

13 October


Wales Research Series

20 October


Hispanic Conference (October 19-20)

27 October


Germany Research Series

10 November


Getting Started with Research Series; Family History Consultant Training

17 November


American Indian Research Series; Military Family History Day

1 December


Holiday Traditions Series

8 December


Hands-on Personal Ancestral File Series

(updated: 4 Jun 2007)

Happy family tree climbing!
Myrt :)
DearMYRTLE,
Your friend in genealogy.
Myrt@DearMYRTLE.com
www.DearMYRTLE.com

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